NVIDIA has released a brand new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the NVIDIA GeForce 436.02 WHQL driver
improves performance by up to 23% in popular games. Furthermore, this Gamescom 2019 driver adds New Ultra-Low Latency, Integer Scaling and Image Sharpening. Going into more details, NVIDIA claims that most of the performance improvements come for 1080p and 1440p. Some of the games that see better performance with these new drivers are: Apex Legends, Battlefield V, Forza Horizon 4, Strange Brigade and World War Z. In addition, NVIDIA has introduced a new Ultra-Low Latency mode. If enabled, this feature would benefit games that are GPU bound with framerates hovering between 60 to 100, per Nvidia. It's worth noting, however, that this mode can only be enabled for DX9 and DX11 titles as DX12 and Vulkan APIs give a game more control over the render queue.
FYI, The installer of these drivers appears to have a major bug that forces the installation of GeForce Experience without obtaining GPDR-compliant consent from the user so you cannot deselect GeForce Experience from the list of components in the Custom Install screen. TechPowerUp has a free utility that lets users take complete control over their NVIDIA graphics driver installation, called NVCleanstall. Using this software you may skip lot more optional components than what the NVIDIA Installer allows, such as Telemetry. Grab a beta version of NVCleanstall from here