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New Nvidia driver 536.40 adds RTX 4060 support and fixes games

Bringing official support for its latest GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card, Nvidia's latest Game Ready driver also fixes an issue in Street Fighter 6.

Nvidia GeForce Game Ready Driver 536-40 rtx 4060

Nvidia has made its latest Nvidia driver download available, with it bringing official support for the new Nvidia RTX 4060 gaming GPU. The Game Ready driver 536.40 download also fixes an issue in Street Fighter 6.

The official support for the RTX 4060 doesn’t mean any performance boosts but simply means the card will be recognized by your system.

Meanwhile, the Street Fighter 6 fix pertains to an issue during the fight start cutscene when MFAA is applied, with the new release resolving this glitch.

Also fixed is a vignette effect (darkening of the edges of an image) that could appear on image border pixels when using Optix Denoiser. A problem with not being able to detect external HDMI displays from NVCPL after re-installing drivers has also been resolved.

The full list of Nvidia GeForce Game Ready driver 536.40 features is:

Fixed issues

Fixed gaming bugs

  • [Street Fighter 6] Corruption during the fight start cutscene when MFAA is applied [4147907]

Fixed general bugs

  • [Optix Denoiser] Addresses vignette effect that could appear on image border pixels
  • Not able to detect external HDMI display from NVCPL after driver re-installed [4085941]

Known issues

  • Increase in DPC latency observed in Latencymon [3952556]
  • Applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters cause games to crash [4008945]

Package contents

  • HD Audio Driver —
  • Nvidia PhysX System Software — 9.21.0713
  • GeForce Experience —
  • CUDA — 12.2
  • DCH Nvidia Control Panel — 8.1.964.0

That’s it for major features of this update, so it’s not the most exciting release, but it’s nearly always good to keep your drivers bang up to date so to do so you can follow this link to download the Nvidia GeForce driver 536.40 for Windows 10 and 11.

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