New Nvidia GeForce Driver Geared Towards Fixing Kepler GPU Performance
The driver will fix a number of bugs and performance issues on qualifying PCs.
The Nvidia GeForce 353.06 WHQL Driver has officially been released, much to the joy of any number of gamers. The new driver is expected to improve the way PC gamers enjoy games that require quite a bit of power in order to see all their graphics have to offer. The new release will be focused on optimizations, bug fixes and workaround for computers that are working with a Kepler-based GPU.
Even better for gamers is that the new driver is said to fully support the GeForce GTX 980Ti graphics card. This is one of the newest graphics cards on the market. Those who think they need this particular upgrade can go ahead and download it from here. If you’re unsure whether or not this driver is something that you need to grab, check out the full release notes below:
Supports G-SYNC technology in windowed mode. (Supported for 2-way SLI, but not 3-way or 4-way.)
Offers both G-SYNC (V-SYNC on) and G-SYNC (V-SYNC off) options.
Adds support for Ultra-Low Motion Blur (ULMB) in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Provides Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) for notebooks with discrete GeForce GPUs, Fermi-based and above.
Implements optimizations and bug fixes that provide increased performance for Kepler-based GPUs.
Added or updated the following SLI profiles:
Heroes of the Storm – SLI disabled
Monster Hunter Online – DX9 and DX11 SLI profiles added
Space Engineers – DX9 profile added
World Of Warships – SLI-AA disabled
3D Vision Profiles
Added or updated the following 3DV profiles:
F1 2015 – Not recommended
World Of Warships – Not recommended
Battlefield: Hardline – Not recommended
Dying Light – Not recommended
Killing Floor 2 – Not recommended
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – Not recommended
Project CARS – Not recommended
The Crew – Fair
The Witcher 3 – Not recommended
Total War: Attila – Not recommended