It’s been few months since the release of Nvidia’s next graphic card flagship the “GTX 680″ followed with several new family members in GTX 600 series line up. But as usual, there are still many issues and bugs found, that’s normal though. And again as usual, the vendor which in this case NVidia will release routine update of the card’s drivers software.
Recently, Nvidia has once again pushed out beta version of the drivers pack promising increased performance by up to 18% faster plus there are several fixes to bugs and issues as well.
NVidia Drivers Software v304.48 Beta will add SLI and 3D Vision profiles for GTX 400, 500 and 600-series cards. Plus, it is also capable to boost the frame rates (fps) in some game titles by up to 18%, faster and sleeker of course.
Fixed Bugs and Issues
Within this version, troublesome problems have also been fixed including Global FXAA settings error, annoying Adaptive VSync, anti-aliased mess, idle clock speeds forced on overclocked cards, and there are also plenty a bunch of minor bug fixes.