Nvidia GeForce 310.64 beta drivers released

Nvidia’s new GeForce drivers give Far Cry 3 a boost

November 30, 2012
Nvidia

Nvidia has released new drivers for the GeForce range of video cards, adding a host of new features to some of today’s biggest games.

The 310.54 beta drivers have been updated to the 310.64 beta, and Nvidia claims that the update will boost frame-rates in Far Cry 3 by up to 38% when using the latest GeForce 600-series graphics chips.

The claim comes from Nvidia’s own internal testing, in which the company ran the game at a 1920×1080 resolution with graphics setting maxed out.

The test system used an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard with an Intel Core i7-3960X processor clocked at 3.3 GHz; 8 GB of RAM; and a GeForce GTX 670, GTX 680 or GTX 690, depending on the test.

The 310.54 beta drivers Nvidia previously released added tweaks to Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Assassin’s Creed III, along with general performance tweaks that provide up to a 16% boost in games like Battlefield 3, Skyrim, and StarCraft II.

The drivers are available now from Nvidia’s website.

Source GeForce.com

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