Nvidia today released the GeForce Game Ready WHQL-certified 419.35 drivers
, bringing optimizations for the 50-million-strong Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5, which is releasing in three days, and Tom Clancy's The Division 2, which is due for a release on March 15. This driver also brings three more monitors under the G-Sync Compatible umbrella. There's also added support for CUDA 10.1 and an update to version 8.1.951.0 of the NVIDIA Control Panel bundled with this update. A few major issues have been fixed with this update, some of which have been around for a while, including one that caused the 'NvDisplay.Container.exe' process to have a consistently high CPU usage. Here's everything that's fixed:
[G-SYNC]: With a G-SYNC and G-SYNC Compatible display connected in clone mode, flashing occurs on games played on the G-SYNC display with G-SYNC enabled. 
[Apex Legends]: DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG error message may appear and then the game crashes.
[Hitman 2]: Pixelated corruption appears in the game. 
[Batman: Arkham Origins]: PhysX fog renders incorrectly 
[GeForce RTX 2080][PhysX][Assassin's Creed 4 - Black Flag]: Smoke dispersal appears accelerated. 
Microsoft.Photos.exe randomly crashes. 
NVDisplay.Container.exe causes high CPU usage.