Under the release notes only the GTX 580 is mentioned and a lot of the performance improvements seem to be focused around AA / AF and when the cards are running in SLI.
Of course, it does mention improvements on other models including the GTX 400 series, so with a slightly cut down version of our normal benchmark line-up, we'll see how the GTX 580, GTX 570 and GTX 460 compare with one of the older drivers that we've been using for a while.
Let's get started!
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GTX 580 - Here we see no real change.
GTX 570 - Here we see no real change.
GTX 460 - The Performance Preset seemed to have dropped back ever so slightly.
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