Nvidia Acknowledges Tekken 8 Crashes on GeForce GTX 10-Series Cards
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Nvidia Acknowledges Tekken 8 Crashes on GeForce GTX 10-Series Cards

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Nvidia has recently come forward to address an ongoing issue that may be causing crashes for users playing Tekken 8 on GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards.

According to the latest patch notes from Nvidia's graphics driver update, there seems to be a bug that results in Tekken 8 randomly crashing during gameplay on certain GeForce graphics cards. The company has assured users that they are still investigating the root cause of the problem.

PC Gamer initially reported on this issue, highlighting the fact that Nvidia has acknowledged the Tekken 8 crashes and is actively looking into resolving it. You can read more about it here.

For gamers who have been experiencing these crashes, it's important to note that Nvidia has not yet released a fix for this issue. They have also mentioned that it may not necessarily be a problem caused by Nvidia, indicating that the root cause could lie elsewhere.

While the resolution for these Tekken 8 crashes is still pending, Nvidia is actively working on identifying the cause and finding a solution. In the meantime, affected users are advised to keep an eye on Nvidia's official updates and patches to stay informed about any developments regarding this issue.


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