Street Fighter V Game Ready Drivers Released
The new GeForce Game Ready 361.91 WHQL drivers for Street Fighter V are now available to download via GeForce Experience. Also included are optimisations and tweaks for a soon-to-be-released Arma 3 update, next weekend's Hitman beta, and Monster Hunter Online.
Game Ready For Street Fighter V
The long-awaited Street Fighter V finally enters the ring tomorrow. On PC you'll receive the definitive experience thanks to max-quality visuals, consistent 60 FPS gameplay, and high-resolution rendering on screens of any size with Dynamic Super Resolution.
For an optimal experience, Capcom recommends that Street Fighter V players equip their systems with a GeForce GTX 960 graphics card, 8GB of RAM, and an Intel Core i5-4690K, running at 3.50GHz. Learn more about their Street Fighter V's system requirements here.
Whichever graphics card you own, be sure to switch on GeForce Experience to get 60 FPS Optimal Playable Settings that use everything your GPU's got to deliver the highest-quality experience possible. It's the easiest way to auto-configure your graphics settings, and gets you straight into the game with zero setup.
Game Ready For Other Top Titles
In addition to Street Fighter V optimisations, the newest GeForce Game Ready driver is primed and ready for an upcoming Arma 3 update, next Friday's Hitman PC beta test, and the Chinese Monster Hunter Online Open Beta. And of course, we're already packing optimisations for next Friday's Tom Clancy's The Division Open Beta, too.
GeForce Game Ready Street Fighter V Driver: Download Now
You can download the new GeForce Game Ready drivers for Street Fighter V through GeForce Experience, our free, essential, game and system-enhancing application. With GeForce Experience you'll also receive high-framerate Optimal Playable Settings for the latest games, including Street Fighter V, and be able to record and stream gameplay with ShadowPlay.
If you experience any technical issues with the new Game Ready drivers, please post a detailed report on the GeForce Driver Feedback Forum where our Customer Care team can better assist you.