I guess today is driver update day. On the heels of AMD's Catalyst 13.9 WHQL release, Nvidia has cranked out an updated of GeForce drivers—and it, too, is certified by Microsoft's Windows Hardware Quality Labs.
Nvidia bills the new GeForce 327.32 drivers as an "essential update for all GeForce GTX users." This release "ensures maximum system stability and gets you ready for upcoming games like Batman: Arkham Origins, through the introduction of a SLI profile and 3D Vision Ready NVIDIA 3D Vision profile," the company adds.
In addition to the above, the GeForce 327.32 drivers also have all of the same goodies as the last few beta releases. That means performance improvements and SLI profiles, Shield support, and compatibility with Splinter Cell Blacklist. If you've skipped those betas, now's the time to update.
Desktop users running Windows 8, 7, or Vista will find the 64-bit GeForce 327.23 WHQL drivers here and the 32-bit classic flavor here. If you're using a notebook or running Windows XP, you can find the appropriate download for your system through Nvidia's driver search page.
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