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NVIDIA releases GeForce 285.62 WHQL Drivers in time for BF3!

Lots of performance improvements here - get updating now folks!

| Video Cards News | Posted: Oct 24, 2011 2:42 pm

Just in time for the big launch that is Battlefield 3, NVIDIA has rolled out some new WHQL'd GeForce drivers today in the 285.62s which include the following key highlights :-


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• Recommended for Battlefield 3, Batman: Arkham City & Rage

• Battlefield 3 performance up to 11% faster compared to 285.38 beta performance; updated SLI profile included; 3D Vision profile included

• Rage improvements

• Performance improvements in a whole load of games for people who've never downloaded a R285 beta (these are the first R285 WHQL drivers)

• Numerous SLI & 3D Vision profiles included


As you can see, these are the way to go if your gearing up for some heavy gaming on some of the latest blockbuster titles including BF3, Batman: Arkham City and Rage. All the performance improvements for an absolute ton of games that were seen from the earlier beta drivers have of course been carried over here too.


You can click the source link below to head over to NVIDIA's GeForce website where a full rundown on the changelog can be read as well as a link to the drivers themselves.


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