Nvidia has published GeForce Game Ready 546.17 drivers bringing a heap of bug fixes alongside game optimisations for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. The driver irons out many stability and performance-related issues, as well.
This update adds DLSS 3 support for new games such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III and Starfield. It also fixes a wide range of bugs, namely stability and performance degradation in Alan Wake 2, Control and stuttering in Starfield, plus Cyberpunk 2077 on some Optimus notebooks.
Gaming aside, the driver resolves a problem with high-resolution video recording in OBS, a Windows 10 transparency issue, and improves Nvidia’s Reflex functionality in Counter-Strike 2. Meanwhile, you may experience darker or washed-out colours when streaming games through Discord.
Interestingly, there is still no word regarding the system slowdowns faced by some users, which happen after running the machine for some duration.
The full list of changes goes as follows:
Game Ready for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III
This new Game Ready Driver provides the best gaming experience for the latest new games supporting DLSS 3 technology including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III and Starfield.
Fixed Gaming Bugs
- [Alan Wake 2] Addressing gradual stability and performance degradation over extended periods of gameplay 
- [Counter Strike 2] Improved NVIDIA Reflex functionality and performance 
- [Starfield/Cyberpunk 2077] Stutter observed on some Advanced Optimus notebooks 
- [Control] Game stability issues over extended periods of gameplay 
Fixed General Bugs
- [OBS] Tearing issue when recording high resolution video 
- [Notebook] GPU can become frozen in maximum performance state 
- Windows 10 transparency effects are not displaying correctly after driver update 
- Random Bugcheck may be observed on certain systems 
- [Wallpaper Engine] Wallpaper shows tearing when cloned in multi-monitor configuration 
- [Firefox Beta] Increased page file memory use when enabling RTX Video Super Resolution 
- [Discord] When streaming gameplay, colors may appear muted