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The release notes for driver 296.10 mentioned that the driver "is a recommended upgrade for all GeForce users, especially those playing the latest hot PC games like....." and then it mentioned "Blacklight: Retribution", said the driver boosted its performance up to 1.8x, and I was wondering what the game was because I've never heard of it so I had to check it out. It's kind of a pleasant surprise. It's a first-person-shooter type game along the lines of Call of Duty and Halo and Unreal Tournament and runs on the Unreal engine. The most interesting thing that makes it stand out from those othe
NVidia WHQL driver 296.10 was released today over on the NVidia site. Link: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us GeForce.com says that compared to the Windows 8 driver 296.17 the version 296.10 WHQL driver is an equivalent driver, a quick refresh from the recent version GeForce 295.73 drivers, and are a must-have for gamers looking for the best experience in upcoming games like Blacklight: Retribution. Release Highlights: This is the second WHQL-certified driver from the R295 family of drivers (versions 295.xx to 299.xx). This driver is a recommended upgrade for all GeForce
The anticipation and hype has been building. NVidia will soon release their next-generation video card code-named Kepler and most likely built-in FXAA will also be released at the same time with it. Recently at the Game Developers Conference they showed off the Samaritan game demo using a model of the Kepler card. They were touting the fact that when they demo'd the game one year ago it took three GTX 580's to run the demo but this time it only takes one Kepler card. But wait a minute. Haven't you heard about optimizing a game engine? Epic, the game developer, has had one whole year to optimiz