Nvidia has released new drivers to celebrate the arrival of its GeForce GTX 960 graphics card. The 347.25 drivers bear Microsoft's WHQL certification, and they support GPUs dating all the way back to the GeForce 400 series.
Along with support for Nvidia's new hotness, the 347.25 release contains optimizations for Dying Light, an upcoming survival horror game that combines parkour and zombies. The drivers also extend MFAA, Nvidia's multi-frame antialiasing scheme, to "nearly every DX10 and DX11 title." MFAA is available on a limited number of Maxwell-based GPUs, including the GTX 960, 970, and 980.
Additional details about the drivers can be found in the release notes (PDF). Apart from a handful of miscellaneous bug fixes and some new SLI profiles, there isn't much else to see. The 347.25 release can be downloaded right here.
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