Among the game-specific fixes are screen flickering noticed in “Grand Theft Auto V” with MSAA enabled; a game-crash experienced in “Forza 4” when driving through tunnels; “Shadow of the Tomb Raider” may experience a TDR crash on GeForce “Pascal” GPU; and staying with this title, its internal benchmark may quit when ray-tracing is enabled. Grab the driver from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 431.36 WHQL
The change-log follows.
- Provides the optimal gaming experience for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, Strange Brigade, and Metro Exodus.
- Adds support for three new G-SYNC compatible monitors.
- Adds support for GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER and RTX 2070 SUPER GPUs.
- Application SLI Profiles
Added or updated the following SLI profiles:Fixed Issues in this Release
- [GeForce Experience]: FPS Counters appear in the Windows Start Menu for certain applications after upgrading to Windows 10 May 2019 Update. 
- [Notebook]: Fixed BSOD that occurred after waking ASUS GL703GS/ASUS GL502VML notebook from hibernation. [2612106/2540582]
- Code 43 error occurs when installing driver 430.64 on Windows 10 May 2019 Update system with Intel Sandy Bridge CPU. 
- [Grand Theft Auto V]: The game may experience flickering when MSAA is used. 
- [Forza Horizon 4]: The game may crash when driving through tunnels. [200515120/200523430]
- [Shadow of the Tomb Raider][Pascal GPU]: The game may crash or experience a TDR when launched on Pascal GPU. 
- [Shadow of the Tomb Raider]: Benchmark quits when running with ray tracing is enabled. 
- [Windows 10 version 1903]: The system does not write a dmp file after a blue-screen crash event.