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DriverTT: NVIDIA's new 306.97 WHQL-certified release includes support for the new GTX 650 Ti

DriverTT: NVIDIA's latest WHQL-certified GeForce 306.96 drivers support the latest budget-friendly G

| Software News | Posted: Oct 11, 2012 2:26 am

NVIDIA have released their latest WHQL-certified drivers which include support for not only the budget-based GTX 650 Ti GPU, but Windows 8. The new drivers also offer a few enhancements over the last 306.23 WHQL release, including an improved SLI profile for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier.

 

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Also included are updated 3D Vision profiles for a heap of games:

  • Check vs. Mate - Rated Excellent
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - Rated Good
  • Doom 3: BFG Edition - Rated Excellent
  • English Country Tune - Rated Good
  • F1 2012 - Rated Good
  • Iron Brigade - Rated Fair
  • Jagged Alliance: Crossfire - Rated Good
  • Orcs Must Die 2! - Rated Good
  • Planetside 2 - Rated Not Recommended
  • Prototype 2 - Rated Poor
  • Sleeping Dogs - Rated Good
  • Spec Ops: The Line - Rated Good
  • Tiny Troopers - Rated Fair
  • Torchlight 2 - Rated Good
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron - Rated Fair

 

NVIDIA have said there's any performance increases over their previous 306.23 drivers, but they have stated that this release is the best driver for just-released games like Borderlands 2 and World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. You can get the new drivers here.

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