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Nvidia releases Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers

by on30 July 2015

Support for Windows 10 OS and DirectX 12

Following the official launch of Microsoft's Windows 10 OS, Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers.

Having support for WDDM 2.0 and DirectX 12, the Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers are the one to have in case you are running on Geforce graphics card based on Kepler or Maxwell GPU. While currently limited only to those GPUs, Nvidia has noted that it is working on bringing that same support for older Geforce GTX 400 and GTX 500 series graphics cards that are based on Fermi GPUs.

Nvidia announced the new Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers as the Game Ready driver for Windows 10 OS which bring support for Nvidia effects, features and technologies like HairWorks, SLI, GameStream, Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR), PCSS shadows, Multi-Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing (MFSAA) and TXAA Anti-Aliasing, as well as support for some recent games like GTA V, The Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, Battlefield Hardline and more.

The new Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers also add a couple of new SLI profiles and bring updated SLI profiles for games like Batman: Arkham Knight, Killing Floor 2, Total War: Arena, Metro: Last Light and more.

As always, you can find the Nvidia Geforce 353.62 WHQL drivers over at Nvidia's drivers support page.


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