Nvidia has released a new version of its graphics drivers for Windows, bringing the version number up to 431.36. The highlight of the release is the added support for the new Super GPUs in the RTX lineup, since the RTX 2060 Super and 2070 Super are both launching today. The new cards offer significant performance improvements over the original RTX lineup, bringing the framerates closer to those you'd find on previous GTX cards.
In addition to the new hardware support, the latest driver improves performance in some games. Metro Exodus should get around 10.5% better performance than with the last Game Ready driver; Strange Brigade gets improvements of around 7.7%; Tom Clancy's The Division 2 gets around 3.6% better performance. The driver also updates the SLI profile for F1 2019.
Nvidia is also continuing to add more G-Sync Compatible displays to the list. Three new monitors are supported as of today:
- LG 34GL750
- HP 25mx
- HP Omen X 25f
As usual, the latest release includes a few bug fixes as well. Here's what's new:
- [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. 
Despite the included fixes, there are still some known issues to be aware of:
- [NVIDIA Control Panel]: When the 3D Settings page->Vertical Sync setting is set to Adaptive Sync (half refresh rate), V-Sync works only at the native refresh rate after rebooting the system. 
- [Tom Clancy's The Division II]: The game may crash when played in DirectX 12 mode. [2587043/200406322]
- [World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth]: Terrain and icons flicker randomly in the game. 
- [Mortal Kombat 11]: Random white and green flickering occurs in the game.
- 2626510-Windows 10 May 2019 Update: Banding on some displays after OS update -> Working with Microsoft on a fix
If you want the latest Nvidia drivers, you can find them by checking for updates through GeForce Experience, or download them from the links below. The full release notes can be found here.