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Tuesday, 29 July 2014 21:14

Nvidia releases Geforce 340.52 WHQL graphics driver

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Brings Nvidia GameStream support for Shield tablet

As expected, Nvidia has now released the new Geforce 340.52 WHQL-certified graphics driver which is a "game ready" driver for a couple of games, has some new SLI and 3D Vision profiles and brings support for GameStream technology for the recently launched Nvidia Shield tablet.

Like previous Geforce graphics drivers, the Geforce 340.52 WHQL-certified driver supports all Geforce graphics cards since the Geforce 8 series as well as the ION and ION LED GPUs and will be available for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and the Windows 8.1 in both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors.

As noted, the new Geforce 340.52 WHQL graphics driver will offer best gaming experience for Metro: Redux and Final Fantasy XIV (China) games, has support for Geforce ShadowPlay and ShadowPlay Twitch streaming gaming technology, adds a couple of SLI profiles for applications and games like the 3DMark SkyDiver, Battlefield: Hardline, Dak Souls II, Divinity: Original Sin, Elder Scrolls Onlin, GRID Autosport and others, as well as adds 3D Vision prifles for Banished, Bioshock Infinite:; Burial at Sea and Krater.

The biggest update for the Nvidia Geforce 340.52 WHQL graphics driver is the support for Nvidia GameStream technology for the new Shield tablet as well as the Shield portable hand-held gaming console.

As always, you can find the new driver as well as the full release notes over at Nvidia's driver support website.

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 08:16
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