Today, NVIDIA has made available a new GeForce Graphics driver version, namely 334.89 WHQL, which is compatible with most of Microsoft’s Windows operating systems, both bit variants, and targeted at desktop and notebook configurations as well.
This release improves performance by up to 19% compared to previous driver versions (for GeForce GTX 770, 780, TITAN, or 780Ti card running F1 2013) and updates several SLI profiles such as for Assassin's Creed Liberation HD, The Crew, Shadow Warrior, and many others.
In addition to that, the new version also fixes frame-related issues encountered in Deus Ex Human Revolution - Director's Cut, Ambient Occlusion problems spotted in Half Life 2, and the GeForce GT 730A bug that prevented the Rome 2: Total War game from running on the NVIDIA GPU.
Moreover, this fresh update adds support for the GeForce GTX 750, GTX 750 Ti, and GTX TITAN Black graphics cards, fixes the LCD brightness problem when GeForce 9600M (GT) unit is used, and adds an SLI Enable/Disable option in the GeForce GTX 460’s Control Panel.
Therefore, if you consider installing this release, you should also know that, while the desktop-related packages are compatible with Microsoft’s Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 8.1 OSes, the notebook configurations can only use the last 3 mentioned platforms.
That being said, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Driver 334.89 for the proper system configuration, apply the latest driver version, and stay “updated one minute ago.”