The latest Nvidia driver download has just been released for its GeForce graphics cards, which the company says is ‘Game Ready’ for F1 23 when it launches on Friday, June 16, giving the game support for DLSS 2 and Nvidia Reflex on launch day.
However, Nvidia says that F1 23 won’t support DLSS 3 – the AI frame generation tech introduced with the Ada architecture – at launch, with DLSS 3 support arriving in a ‘post-launch update.’ You can check the F1 23 system requirements to see if your system can run it, and have a look at what to expect in the official trailer below.
In addition, Nvidia also says that GeForce driver 536.23 will be optimized for Aliens: Dark Descent when it launches on Tuesday June 20th. You can check the Aliens: Dark Descent system requirements to see if your PC is good to run it.
Meanwhile, Nvidia has taken the opportunity to add compatibility for G-Sync to a bunch of monitors from Asus, LG, and Panasonic. If Nvidia awards an adaptive sync monitor with ‘G-Sync compatible’ validation, this means it’s certified to have a variable refresh rate range of at least 2.4:1 (60Hz-144Hz is a common example), and that it doesn’t suffer from flickering or blanking image quality issues.
These are the new G-Sync compatible monitors supported by Nvidia driver 536.23:
|Model||HDR||Size||Panel type||Resolution||Variable refresh rate range|
|Asus PG38UQ||Yes||38-inch||IPS||3,840 x 2,160||48-144Hz|
|Asus VG27AQ3A||Yes||27-inch||IPS||2,560 x 1,440||48-180Hz|
|Asus VG279QM1A||Yes||27-inch||IPS||1,920 x 1,080||48-240Hz|
|Asus VG27AQML1A||No||27-inch||IPS||2,560 x 1,440||48-240Hz|
|LG 27GR83Q||Yes||27-inch||IPS||2,560 x 1,440||48-240Hz|
|LG 32GR93U||Yes||32-inch||IPS||3,840 x 2,160||48-144Hz|
|Panasonic MZ1500||Yes||42/48/55/65-inch||OLED||3,840 x 2,160||48-120Hz|
|Panasonic MZ980||Yes||42/48/55/65-inch||OLED||3,840 x 2,160||48-120Hz|
You can download Nvidia GeForce driver 536.23 for Windows 10 and 11 from the Nvidia website here.
Nvidia driver 536.23 bug fixes
- Microsoft Flight Simulator may randomly crash when playing in DX12 mode after updating to driver 531.41 
- Red Dead Redemption shows random stability issues 
- Fast sync caps the game FPS to the monitors maximum refresh rate 
- Surface Book/Surface Studio stuck at lowest clock speeds when running on battery 
- When using multiple monitors which support adaptive sync, users may see random flicker on certain displays when G-Sync is enabled after updating to driver 535.98 
- ON1 Photo RAW Application crashing 
Nvidia driver 536.23 known issues
- Increase in DPC latency observed in Latencymon 
- Applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters causes games to crash 
You can read the full Nvidia GeForce driver 536.23 release notes on the Nvidia website here.
As always, it’s good to see Nvidia gearing up for the latest game releases and adding G-Sync support for new active sync monitors. If you’re looking to upgrade your graphics card, then make sure you check out our guide to the best graphics card, which details several options to suit a range of budgets. You can also now read our full Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti review.