NVIDIA GeForce 310.70 WHQL Drivers Safe
A few days ago launched its drivers Nvidia GeForce 310.70 WHQL , perhaps the latest certified drivers that will launch this year. From OCaholic comes a review where they test these new drivers to almost all previously released versions (16 total driver versions) with an extensive battery of tests that includes 10 games and four synthetic applications.
For this review used a computer based on the Intel Core i7-2600K along with 16GB (4x4GB) G.Skill RipjawsZ memory DDR3-1600 and a video card msi N680GTX Twin Frozr, based on Nvidia GPU geforce GTX 680 ( 1058/1124MHz). Without further ado, here is a graph averaging their test in games:
It is noted that since the initial drivers, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 GPU has gained 4% additional performance, thanks to its current drivers, although this advantage is almost imperceptible when comparing the performance of the GeForce 310.70 WHQL certified drivers from previous: GeForce 306.97 WHQL (0.0007%).
We recommend reviewing the full review OCaholic.
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