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Thursday, 22 March 2012 19:09

Nvidia officially rolls out 301.10 WHQL driver

Written by Slobodan Simic

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One to look for if you snagged GTX 680


Following the launch of the GTX 680, Nvidia has released the new 301.10 WHQL certified driver to back up the new card.

Bear in mind that this driver only supports the GTX 680 and comes with PhysX System Software v9.12.021, HD Audio v1.3.12.0 driver, supports OpenGL 4.1, DisplayPort 1.2 support on GTX 680, multiple APIs for GPU computing and support for Nvidia SLI.

Since it has support for the new GTX 680 graphics card, the new driver comes with all new features that were introduced with the new card. It supports Nvidia's GPU Boost tech for dynamic overclocking, supports FXAA antialiasing algorithms, Adaptive Vertical Sync, Nvidia Frame Rate Target, support for Nvidia 3D Vision Surround as well as fourth display support on GTX 680 graphics card, and Nvidia NVENC hardware-based H.264 video encoder support for GTX 680.

The new 301.10 WHQL driver can be found and downloaded on Nvidia's site here. 

 

Last modified on Thursday, 22 March 2012 22:32
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