Both discrete GPU chip makers have released newer drivers, though AMD is a BETA variant. Nvidia GeForce 368.22 WHQL is now game ready for Overwatch, World of Tanks and War Thunder, while AMD Radeon Crimson optimises Overwatch, Total War: Warhammer and DOTA2 with Vulkan API support.
With the Nvidia update, there are no additional SLI profiles, 3D Vision profiles or any 3D compatible mode profiles. It does fix a Windows 10 SLI issues with Tom Clancy’s The Division where the game stutters after 20-30 minutes. The following lists the known Windows 10 issues with this WHQL driver:
- [Surround] Surround Display icon disappears after rotate mode set to portrait. 
- [SLI, Kepler] Driver is unloaded when SLI is set. 
- [SLI, Street Fighter V] Performance drop (pause and play) observed when the game is played at 4K resolution with SLI enabled. 
- StarWars TOR- Knights of the Fallen Empire hangs when in-game graphics settings changed in full-screen mode. 
- [SLI] Blank display is observed on disabling SLI with two displays connected. 
- [Luxmark 3.0, Windows 10 TH2] Display driver stopped responding while running benchmark LuxBall HDR (Simple Benchmark:217K triangles). 
- Driver installation will fail if GeForce Experience is a selected component and the system is either in safe mode or without a network connection. 
- [347.09, GM204] Blank screen observed on an ASUS Tiled display when the system resumes from shutdown or hibernation with Fast boot option enabled from BIOS. 
- [SLI, UEFI] Event Viewer error 14 points to nvlddmkm when the system is rebooted. 
The latest Nvidia driver can be downloaded from here.
With the AMD Radeon Crimson BETA update, CrossFireX profiles are added for Overwatch and Total War: Warhammer. The latest 16.5.3 BETA driver fixes many issues but also listed just as many known issues. Two of them involving stuttering with Total War: Warhammer with Crossfire setup and AMD freesync flickering when playing Forza Motorsport 6: Apex.
They are as follows:
The BETA drivers for AMD Radeon cards can be downloaded from here.