NVIDIA has released the GeForce 376.33 WHQL drivers. These drivers come with a number of bug-fixes covering the previous GeForce 376.19 drivers, particularly with its Oculus Touch VR game title-specific optimizations. According to the release notes, these drivers seem to disable SLI support for “Titanfall 2,” probably because it’s too unstable at the moment.
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t regularly update their graphics card drivers, and you’re rocking an NVIDIA graphics card, you really should update your drivers to the latest WHQL version, 376.33. The release notes and a security bulletin issued by the company point towards the fixing of multiple detected kernel layer (nvlddmkm.sys) vulnerabilities in NVIDIA’s previous driver releases, which could “Lead to a Denial of Service, Escalation of Privileges, or Both”.
In total, there are seven reported vulnerabilities as having been fixed, with NVIDIA acknowledging contributions in the issues’ detection from engineers with Google Project Zero and Cisco Talos.