Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare came out today, and Nvidia has posted a fresh set of graphics drivers to mark the occasion.
The 344.60 WHQL drivers include "performance optimizations" along with SLI and stereoscopic 3D profiles for the new shooter. Nvidia calls these its "Game Ready" drivers for CoD:AW. You can download the 64-bit package here or look up other versions on the GeForce.com driver page.
Along with CoD:AW support, the 344.60 WHQL drivers add new and/or updated application profiles for a number of games, including Assassin's Creed Unity, Dead Rising 3, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Lords of the Fallen, and The Crew. You can find all the dirty details on pages three and four of the official release notes.
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