Nvidia has released fresh WHQL-certified drivers just in time for Heroes the Storm. The 353.06 update is optimized for Blizzard's new MOBA, and it also supports the recently-unveiled Geforce GTX 980 Ti and the latest G-Sync upgrades. Support for Dynamic Super Resolution has been added for notebooks with discrete Fermi or newer GPUs, as well.
In a blog post describing the new drivers, Nvidia says it fixed bugs that limited performance in The Witcher 3, Project Cars, and Far Cry 4 on Kepler-based GeForce GTX 600 and 700-series GPUs. Frame rates should be up in all three games.
Last, but not least, SLI profiles have been added for Monster Hunter Online and Space Engineers. SLI is curiously disabled for Heroes of the Storm, though.
You can download the new drivers here or grab them via GeForce Experience.
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