GeForce 361.91 WHQL Video Card Drivers Released For Street Fighter V

NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 361.91 WHQL drivers for Street Fighter V are now available to download through the NVIDIA driver website or GeForce Experience. The fighting game title comes out tonight (Feb. 15 @ 9:00PM PST) and can still be pre-ordered on Steam for $59.99.  NVIDIA is ready for the game to come out and says that 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 NVIDIA Dynamic Super Resolution technology.

GeForce 361.91 WHQL drivers are the latest drivers for those playing ARMA 3, Street Fighter V, Monster Hunter Online, and HITMAN (Beta). They also include the following added or updated the following SLI profiles:

  • Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – SLI profile changed (with driver code as well) to make the application scale better
  • Bless – SLI set to SLI-Single
  • Need for Speed – profile EXEs updated to support trial version of the game
  • Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 – SLI profile added
  • XCOM 2 – SLI profile added (including necessary code change)

What kind of PC hardware specs do you need to run Street Fighter V? Capcom recommends using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or higher graphics card for an optimal gaming experience. Capcom also recommends using an Intel Core i5-4690K processor running at 3.50GHz and 8GB of RAM.

Street Fighter V

The recommended specs for an optimal Street Fighter V experience can be seen below in bold while the minimum hardware requirements are not.

OS Version

  • Recommended: Windows 7 64-bit


  • Minimum: Intel Core i3-4160 @ 3.60GHz
  • Recommended: Intel Core i5-4690K @3.50GHz


  • Minimum: 6 GB DDR3
  • Recommended: 8 GB DDR3


  • Minimum: Nvidia GTX 480 (or higher)
    • Nvidia GTX 570 (or higher)
    • Nvidia GTX 670 (or higher)
    • Recommended: GTX 960


  • Broadband Connection Required

DirectX Version

  • Minimum: DirectX 11
  • Recommended: DirectX 11

Sound Card

  • Minimum: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
  • spare me

    Why are new drivers needed for just about every new game release? This is ridiculous.