Nvidia GeForce WHQL 301.10 Released; Adaptive Vsync and FXAA available to everyone

Following the NDA lift on GTX680, Nvidia has also released the first official drivers for their new Kepler cards. As we’ve reported earlier last week, these new drivers support an amazing feature called adaptive Vsync and as we’d expected, this feature is available to all Nvidia cards. Although these first 3xx.xx drivers are for Kepler owners, Nvidia users can install them with some custom .INF files. You can find links for both the drivers and the custom .INF files after the jump. Enjoy and happy benchmarking!
Windows Vista/Win7 64 Bit
Windows Vista/Win7 32bit
Custom .INF FIles
INF for x64 Vista/7 International(for all videocards, including gtx680)
INF for x86 Vista/7 International (for all videocards, including gtx680)

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