Nvidia ForceWare 285.79 Beta Released; Offering better BF3 performance and 3D profile for Skyrim

Great news for Nvidia users as the green company has just released a new beta version of their ForceWare drivers. The 285.79 are basically essential to those interested in enjoying most upcoming triple-A games and feature new or updated SLI profiles, as well as new 3D profiles. In addition, the driver package comes with the HD Audio driver 1.2.24.0 and the PhysX System Software 9.11.11.07.
You can download these latest beta drivers from here.
Here is also the release notes for ForceWare 285.79 Beta:
New in Version 285.79
-Includes several bug fixes and performance improvements for Battlefield 3.
-Fixes cases of irregular performance (stuttering) primarily seen on DirectX 10 GPUs. The fix improves the performance of both DX10 and DX11 GPUs.
-Fixes shadow map corruption seen with DirectX 10 GPUs.
-Fixes cases of black corruption lines/triangles with DirectX 10 GPUs.
-Fixes black screen during playback using Windows Media Center.
Added or updated SLI profiles for the following games:
-Aion v3.0
-Anno 2070
-Assassins Creed: Revelations
-Bastion
-Need for Speed: The Run
-Payday: The Heist
-The Adventures of Tintin
-The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim
Added or updated the following 3D Vision game profiles:
-Airline Tycoon 2 – rated Fair
-Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – rated Good
-Batman: Arkham City – updated rating to 3D Vision Ready
-Deus Ex: Human Revolution – rated Excellent
-The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – rated Excellent
-FIFA 12 – rated Good
-Hard Reset – updated rating to 3D Vision Ready
-inMomentum – rated Fair
-The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
-Smash Cars – rated Fair
-Two Worlds 2: Castle Defense – rated Good
-Zombie Driver – rated Excellent
Other Details
-Includes HD Audio driver 1.2.24.0.
-Includes PhysX System Software 9.11.11.07

 

 

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