Nvidia has rolled out a new set of Beta drivers for Windows 8.1, adding include DirectX 11 and SLI performance optimizations of up to 71% to various games. The GeForce 337.50 Beta drivers, coupled with DirectX 11, offers “a faster experience with suitably-matched hardware” when compared to rival offerings (such as AMD and Qualcomm).
“Today’s 337.50 Beta drivers introduce the first of these optimizations, boosting performance in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins, Battlefield 4, BioShock Infinite, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Far Cry 3, Hitman Absolution, Sleeping Dogs, Sniper Elite V2, Star Swarm, Thief, Titanfall,Tomb Raider, and Total War: Rome 2, to name but a few examples,” Nvidia stated in an official blog post.
These Beta drivers have also dramatically reduced the milti-CPU CPU overhead, which now results in a considerable performance gain in CPU-bound games. “If you’re seeking the smoothest, fastest multi-GPU system, with optimum out-of-the-box game performance, day of release drivers, and day of release SLI profiles in compatible titles, NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPUs should be your first choice,” Nvidia explains.
Head over here to read about all the new improvements to the drivers. Hit the download links below to snag the updated drivers for Windows 8.1.Nvidia, Windows 8.1