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NVIDIA GeForce 275.27 beta driver released, adds GTX 560 support

NVIDIA releases beta driver, version 257.27 - supports new GeForce GTX 560

| Software News | Posted: May 18, 2011 1:39 am

NVIDIA has unleashed a new beta driver to compliment the release of its GeForce GTX 560 today, although there are performance gains for both 400 and 500-series GeForce cards, NVIDIA only display the benefits for two specific GPUs, the GTX 560 and GTX 580. NVIDIA mentions a 12-percent gain in gaming performance for dual-core processers during certain CPU-limited situations. Game-related single-GPU bug fixes are included, these include issues that caused blurriness in Resident Evil 5 as well as the flickering in Empire: Total War and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

 

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NVIDIA also has solved glitches in Homefront, World in Conflict: Soviet Assault, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition and Crysis when running them in SLI.The 275-based drivers include some significant changes over their 270 cousin, such as silent automatic SLI, multi-GPU and anti-aliasing profile updates.

 

If you'd like to get your beta on, move your mouse this way and click here.

 

NEWS SOURCESTechspot.com, Nvidia.com

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