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Monday, January 28, 2013
New GeForce 313.95 Beta Drivers Are Optimized For The Crysis 3 Open Beta, Assassin's Creed 3 And Far Cry 3


Nvidia's new GeForce 313.95 beta driver is now available to download. An update for gamers jumping into the Crysis 3 Open Beta, 313.95 beta improves multi-GPU performance by up to 35%, and ensures maximum compatibility with the game’s code on all systems.

Other highlights include sizeable SLI and single-GPU performance gains of up to 27% in Assassin’s Creed III, 19% in Civilization V, 14% in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, 14% in DiRT 3, 11% in Just Cause 2, 10% in Deus Ex: Human Revolution, 10% in F1 2012, and 10% in Far Cry 3.

Rounding out the release is a SLI profile for the newly released DmC: Devil May Cry, and an updated profile for the free-to-play, third-person co-op shooter, Warframe.

You can download the GeForce 313.95 beta drivers from the GeForce.com homepage; Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 packages are available for desktop systems, and for notebooks there are Windows 7 and Windows 8 downloads that cover all non-legacy products.

The Crysis 3 Multiplayer Open Beta begins tomorrow, offering gamers their first look at a near-final version of Crytek’s latest first-person sci-fi shooter. Featuring two maps, two modes, and the first ten levels of the multiplayer progression system, it’s a sizeable slice of Crysis 3 goodness. More importantly, the beta will give gamers a good sense of how the final product will run on their systems.

For additional information, read Nvidia's blog post.



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