Nvidia Release GeForce 320.49 WHQL Drivers

/ 4 years ago

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For those of you who don’t use Nvidia’s GeForce experience software, but like to keep on top of the latest driver updates, you might want to take note that Nvidia has just released the GeForce 320.49 WHQL certified drivers. These bring “official” support for the new GTX 760 graphics card, and 32/64 bit support for all major Windows operating systems. The official WHQL certified version follows six days after the beta version was released. Nvidia also recently released the 326.01 WHQL certified driver for the Windows 8.1 Preview, but if you aren’t using Windows 8.1 then this is the latest and greatest driver to grab.

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Nvidia has published detailed release notes for you to check here if you are worried about bugs or compatibility issues (thought these refer to the beta drivers of the same version). If you get any trouble with the latest drivers then be sure to pass your feedback onto Nvidia at the official forum thread here.

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  • Henry Ronson

    Its BETA not “WHQL” drivers and these drivers was a weeks ago.

      • Henry Ronson

        Sorry, its strange that they used the same version form the BETA but with less size. First time I see that happen.

        • No problem. Its not unlike Nvidia to re-release Beta as WHQL if they pass certification. There is probably minimal difference between the beta and WHQL versions which is why I suggested people check out the detailed beta feedback as both sets of drivers are near-identical.

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