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Nvidia GeForce 301.42 WHQL Drivers Released

DSOGaming writes: "Nvidia released today a new set of drivers for its graphic cards. According to the release notes, GeForce 301.42 increases performance for GeForce 400 Series and 500 Series GPUs in several PC games vs. GeForce 296.10 WHQL-certified drivers."

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KRUSSIDULL1917d ago

Already download earlier today, I'm using the new FXAA and Adaptive Vsynk features and they work well with my 2x GTX 580's.

geth1gh1917d ago (Edited 1917d ago )

Hmm, don't think a rig like that is best suited for fxaa. It increases performance but really screwes over text. It's not a high end aa for sure and I think it's more for budget cards.

I'm waiting for games to support txaa. I mean something that looks 4x better than it's counterpart with twice the performance??? O.o

KRUSSIDULL1917d ago

Yeah FXAA can make you think you have bad eyesight since it AA everything also I'm playing with Vsynk on so I quess playing with MSAA wont give me any FPS drops.

Thing with FXAA tough if I'm informed with the right facts it affects all games even tough that doesnt have any AA options.

KRUSSIDULL1917d ago

Also found a good comparison: http://www.geforce.co.uk/wh...

Is it good to play with Nvidias FXAA + Games MSAA?

Letros1917d ago

From my experience, FXAA looks great in screenshots, but doesn't reduce "shimmering" on moving objects, only MSAA can do that. So yea dual GTX 580's should be running 8-16x MSAA, there won't be a huge performance loss.

KRUSSIDULL1917d ago (Edited 1917d ago )

Man I'm just gonna play with MSAA for some time until my GPU's isnt enough I cant tell the difference anyway when I'm playing.

ninjahunter1917d ago

Pretty much same as 301.24, but has some bug fixes, sli/3d vision improvements and some sort of quad sli support.