Nvidia GeForce 327.23 WHQL Drivers Released

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Nvidia has released a new set of WHQL drivers for its graphics cards. According to ManuelG – Nvidia’s employee – this new driver comes with bugs Nvidia discovered during its internal testing and this is why those fixes are not listed in the release notes. Nvidia has also fixed the overinstall bug when a 4K monitor is connected which causes the display to lose signal.

The green team will release a new beta driver pretty soon that will contain more recent bug fixes submitted by end users.

Those interested can download these new drivers from here or here.

And here are the release notes for Nvidia GeForce 327.23 WHQL:

New in GeForce R326 Drivers

*Performance Boost – Increases performance by up to 19% for GeForce 400/500/600/700 series GPUs in several PC games vs. GeForce 320.49 WHQL-certified drivers. Results will vary depending on your GPU and system configuration. Here is one example of measured gains:
GeForce GTX 770:
-Up to 15% in Dirt: Showdown
-Up to 6% in Tomb Raider
GeForce GTX 770 SLI:
-Up to 19% in Dirt: Showdown
-Up to 11% in F1 2012

*SLI Technology
-Added SLI profile for Spinter Cell: Blacklist
-Added SLI profile for Batman: Arkham Origins

*SHIELD
-Enables GeForce to SHIELD streaming. Learn more here.

*4K Displays
-Adds support for additional tiled 4K displays
-Adds support for 4K FCAT testing
-Extended support for tiled 4K features

Additional Details

*Installs new PhysX System Software 9.13.0725.
*Installs HD Audio v1.3.26.4
*Includes support for applications built using CUDA 5.5 or earlier version of the CUDA Toolkit.
*Supports OpenGL 4.3 for GeForce 400-series and later GPUs.
*Supports DisplayPort 1.2 for GeForce GTX 600 series GPUs.
*Supports multiple languages and APIs for GPU computing: CUDA C, CUDA C++, CUDA Fortran, OpenCL, DirectCompute, and Microsoft C++ AMP.
*Supports single GPU and NVIDIA SLI technology on DirectX 9, DirectX 10, DirectX 11, and OpenGL, including 3-way SLI, Quad SLI, and SLI support on SLI-certified Intel and AMD motherboards.

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