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Nvidia GeForce 334.67 Beta Driver Released

Nvidia has released a new beta driver for its graphics cards. According to the key notes, this new beta driver introduces a variety of new SLI and 3D Vision profiles and ensures maximum performance and system stability across all titles.

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

Here are the release notes:

New in GeForce 334.67 Beta drivers

SLI Technology
HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft – created profile
Gas Guzzlers – created profile

Gaming Technology
Supports GeForce ShadowPlay™ technology
Supports GeForce ShadowPlay™ Twitch Streaming

SHIELD
Supports NVIDIA GameStream™ technology

3D Vision
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – rating now “Excellent”
Bioshock Infinite – rating now “Excellent”
Hitman: Absolution – rating now “Excellent”
Assassin’s Creed III – rating now “Excellent”
Sniper Elite V2 – rating now “Excellent”
Battlefield 4 – rating now “Good”
Splinter Cell: Blacklist – rating now “Good”
Saints Row 4 – rating now “Good”
Need for Speed: Most Wanted – rating now “Good”
Far Cry 3 – rating now “Good”
Total War: Shogun 2 – rating now “Good”
Warframe – laser sight and shadows fixed

Additional Details

Installs new PhysX System Software 9.13.1220
Installs HD Audio v1.3.30.1
Installs GeForce Experience 1.8.2
Includes support for applications built using CUDA 5.5 or earlier version of the CUDA Toolkit.
Supports OpenGL 4.4 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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