There you have it - a bucket load of benchmarks and a big mixture of graphics cards that tell us exactly what is happening with the latest VGA drivers from nVidia.
nVidia's Forceware 81.94 drivers are perfect for anyone utilizing high-end GeForce graphics cards especially those who are fortunate enough to be using a wicked GeForce 7800GTX SLI setup. There is no denying that we see a new nVidia driver once in a blue moon but when they hit the web, boy do we get to see some improvements and that's a credit to nVidia for keeping things interesting.
It is worth upgrading to the new 81.94 drivers no matter what GeForce graphics card you use as Forceware drivers come out rarely and come with a massive amount of game bug fixes - besides the obvious performance increases.
If you weren't sure about updating to the latest set of drivers last month, there is no reason after seeing some of the performance gains we saw in our benchmark tests here today that you shouldn't upgrade right now! You can grab the drivers from the nVidia website, here.
Until the next VGA driver comes into our inbox - Happy Benchmarking!
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