Nvidia Quietly Releases 511.72 Hotfix Driver To Fix G-SYNC Failure, CoD: Vanguard Bug, And More
Nvidia has quietly released a new update version of the Hotfix graphics driver 511.72 which resolves some important issues on its products. Fixes include those for a G-SYNC activation issue on G-SYNC compatible displays, a Call of Duty: Vanguard corruption bug, and finally a Assassin’s Creed Valhalla launch problem.
The complete changelog for the Nvidia GeForce 511.72 Hotfix driver is given below with bug tracking IDs:
G-SYNC cannot be re-enabled on G-SYNC-enabled displays after manually disabling from the NVIDIA Control Panel 
Call of Duty Vanguard Random Corruption 
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla may not launch correctly 
If you are experiencing one or more of these issues, it is recommended that you download the driver from the link provided below. The Nvidia GeForce 511.72 Hotfix driver is available for Windows 11 and Windows 10 64-bit versions and is the same for desktops and laptops.
Download the 511.72 patch driver: Windows 10/11 x64
If you’re wondering why the driver release notes are rather small, it’s because this is a patch release, which means all game optimizations, among other things, are carried over into this version from the previous version of the Game Ready driver 511.65. Driver 511.65 brought support for RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti laptop GPUs and game optimizations as well. Find all the details here.