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NVIDIA 344.60 WHQL Driver – Adds SLI Profiles For COD: Advanced Warfare, Dead Rising 3 & FIFA 15

NVIDIA has released a new GeForce driver for its graphics cards that adds lots of SLI profiles for a number of triple-A games. According to its release notes, the GeForce 344.60 WHQL driver adds SLI profiles for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Dead Rising 3, FIFA 15 and Lords of the Fallen.

Those interested can download these new drivers from the following links:

Geforce Desktop GPUs:

Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 32-bit
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 64-bit

GeForce Notebook GPUs:

Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 32-bit
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 64-bit

And here are the release notes:

Game Ready
Best gaming experience for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Software Modules
-NVIDIA PhysX System Software – version 9.14.0702
NVIDIA GPU PhysX acceleration is available only on systems with GeForce 8-series
and later GPUs with a minimum of 256 MB dedicated graphics memory.
NVIDIA GPU PhysX acceleration is not available if there is a non-NVIDIA graphics
processor in the system, even if it is not used for rendering.
-HD Audio Driver – version 1.3.32.1
-CUDA – version 6.5
-GeForce Experience – 16.13.56.0

Application Profiles

Added or updated the following profiles:
• Assassin’s Creed Unity – control panel FXAA disabled
• Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – SLI and stereo profiles added
• Dead Rising 3 – SLI-Single profile added
• Elite Dangerous – SLI profile added, control panel FXAA disabled
• Escape Dead Island – SLI profile added
• FIFA 15 – SLI-Single profile added
• Lichdom: Battlemage – SLI profile added
• Lords of the Fallen – SLI profile added
• MechWarrior Onlin – DX11 SLI profile added
• Monster Hunter Online Benchmark – SLI profile added
• Ryse: Son of Rome – SLI profile added, stereo blocked
• Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth – ambient occlusion (AO) profile added

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