NVIDIA GeForce 310.33 Beta Drivers Safe
A few days ago launched their new drivers Nvidia GeForce 310.33 Beta , promising graphics performance increases up to 11% for video cards based on the geforce GTX 680 and GeForce GTX 660. Those of Computerbase tested these new drivers on a GeForce GTX 680.
For this review, the Computer Base used a computer based on the Intel Core i7-3770K overclocked to 4.5GHz and equipped with 8GB of DDR3-1600 (8-8-8-24), used a reference video tarjta Nvidia gpu based GeForce GTX 680, as it is in this model that the largest increases are focused on the performance of the new Nvidia drivers.
Without further ado, here are some of their more demanding test chart:
The new drivers show slight increases performance in a few games, but there are also some bumps in others, giving an average yield just 1.5% higher than drivers GeForce 306.23 WHQL (Microsoft certified).
The average does not tell the whole story, because in some individual tests have increases of 16.9% in ARMA II, 5% in Batman: Arkham City, but it is curious that while Skyrim game where Nvidia announced a 11% improvement, appreciate the new Beta driver pays even a little less than the 306.23 WHQL.
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