NVIDIA GeForce 306.23 WHQL Drivers Safe
Just three days since Nvidia launched their new drivers GeForce 306.23 WHQL , update arrived four months after the release of the drivers GeForce 301.42 WHQL . From Computerbase bring us an analysis of these drivers.
For these tests used a video card based on the Nvidia geforce GTX 680 GPU on a computer based on the Intel Core i7-3770K overclocked to 4.5GHz and 8GB of DDR3-1600, also used as a comparative GeForce drivers 301.10 (first certified drivers for the GeForce GTX 680 launched in March this year) and 304.79.
Without further ado here are some of their test:
Those of Computerbase conclude that increases the performance provided by the GeForce 306.23 WHQL drivers Recent average is 1% higher than the 301.10 WHQL, but the differences are almost imperceptible compared with 304.79 Beta. The average does not tell the whole story, as there are larger increases in some individual games (as well as some drop in performance), so we recommend you check out the full review Computerbase.
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