Nvidia introduced its GeForce GTX 760 graphics card this morning, and just like clockwork, a fresh set of beta GeForce graphics drivers has popped up on the firm's website. The release is numbered 320.49 beta, and you can download it here from the beta driver search section of GeForce.com.
The 320.49 beta release adds support for the GTX 760 and introduces "several fixes for issues reported with 320.18 drivers," Nvidia says. The fixes aren't listed on the download page, but they are outlined in detail in the official release notes, which you'll find here in PDF format.
According to that document, the 320.49 beta drivers address a number of image corruption and artifacting problems in Assassin's Creed III, Battlefield 3, Eve Online: Retribution, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Clearly, the previous, 320.18 WHQL release had some issues in those games—at least for users of Windows 7 and Vista. The list of fixes for Windows 8 is shorter and seems to address only 3D Vision and SLI issues.
(Thanks to TR reader SH SOTN for the heads up.)
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