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Wednesday, 24 April 2013 16:02

Nvidia rolls out Geforce 320.00 beta driver

Written by Slobodan Simic

 

Up to 20 percent performance improvement on some cards

Nvidia has released its new Geforce 320.00 beta driver bringing new SLI profiles for some game titles, as well as performance improvements that go up to 20 percent on some graphics cards.

According to the release highlights, the new Geforce 320.00 beta driver is called as the Geforce "game ready" driver for Dead Island: Riptide, Neverwinter and Star Trek game titles and brings performance improvement by up to 20% for Geforce 400, 500 and 600 series graphics cards when compared to the Geforce 314.22 WHQL driver.

Nvidia also posted examples of measured gains on Geforce GTX 660 and GTX 660 in SLI graphics card that reached up to 20 percent in Dirt: Showdown, up to 18 percent in Tomb Raider, up to 8 percent in StarCraft II and up to 6 percent in Sniper Elite V2, Metro 2033, Far Cry 3 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution as well as up to 5 percent in F1 2012. The performance for GTX 660 SLI are quite similar but also includes couple of other games as the new beta driver brings SLI profiles for some new games.

You can find the new driver as well as full release highlights here.

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