Online updating of drivers
If you see both Intel and NVIDIA hardware on a laptop, your laptop is using NVIDIA’s Optimus technology to intelligently switch between its better-for-battery-life Intel graphics and better-for-gaming-performance NVIDIA graphics.
In this case, you will want to update your NVIDIA drivers to boost your gaming performance.
If you play PC games, you should keep your computer’s graphics drivers updated to get the best performance out of your hardware.
We have previously advised you to not compulsively update your drivers – most hardware drivers that come with your computer or through Windows Update are fine.
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Under road transport legislation you are required to notify Roads and Maritime Services of any change of address.However, you can generally get updated graphics drivers from your graphics hardware manufacturer’s website: You will have to select the exact model of your computer’s graphics card, which is displayed in the Device Manager window.Some manufacturers may have update-checking utilities that automatically check for new graphics driver versions and alert you to them, such as the NVIDIA Update utility, which you can access from the NVIDIA Control Panel application (select Help If you have older graphics hardware, bear in mind that it won’t be supported forever.NVIDIA and AMD both frequently release new graphics drivers that often give major performance improvements, particularly for newer games.With Intel getting serious about integrated graphics performance with their upcoming Haswell graphics architecture, they are now starting to release more frequent video driver updates, too.
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