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Nvidia GeForce 340.43 Beta Drivers, Ideal For GRID: Autosport & Battlefield: Hardline Beta

Nvidia has just released a new beta driver for its graphics cards. According to the changelog, the GeForce 340.43 Beta drivers ensures players will have the best possible gaming experience for GRID: Autosport and the Battlefield: Hardline Beta.

Moreover, these new drivers come with some updated SLI profiles and some new 3D profiles.

Those interested can download them from here.

And here is the complete changelog for this new set of beta drivers.

New in GeForce 340.43 Beta drivers

-Game Ready – This 340.43 Game Ready Beta driver ensures you’ll have the best possible gaming experience for GRID: Autosport and the Battlefield: Hardline Beta.
-SLI Technology
*3DMark Skydiver subtest – added profile
*Battlefield: Hardline – added profile
*Elder Scrolls: Online – added profile
*LuDaShi Benchmark – added profile
*Wildstar x32 version – added profile
*Dark Souls II – updated profile
-Gaming Technology
*Supports GeForce ShadowPlay™ technology
*Supports GeForce ShadowPlay™ Twitch Streaming
-SHIELD
*Supports NVIDIA GameStream™ technology
-3D Vision
*Supports new “3D Compatibility Mode” for 3D Vision that enables us to improve the 3D experience for many key DirectX 10 and 11 games.
*3D Compatiblity Mode Profiles
*Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea (DLC) – rated as “Excellent”
*Banished – rated as “Good”
*Krater – rated as “Good”

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