GeForce 313.95 Beta Driver Download & Discussion

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  1. AMD@OPA

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    Direct Downloads from Guru3D mirrors (32/64-bit) here:

    http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/geforce_313_95_beta_driver_download.html


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    http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/313.95/313.95-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-english-beta.exe[/SIZE]
    
    [B]International[/B]
    [SIZE="1"]http://de.download.nvidia.com/Windows/313.95/313.95-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-64bit-international-beta.exe
    
    http://de.download.nvidia.com/Windows/313.95/313.95-desktop-win8-win7-winvista-32bit-international-beta.exe[/SIZE]
    
    Release-notes
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    Release Highlights
     
  2. jaju123

    jaju123 Master Guru

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    Looks amazing! DL'ing now.
     
  3. Darren Hodgson

    Darren Hodgson Ancient Guru

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    Hmmmm, these look promising... 24% increase in framerates with GTX 690 (and, thus, GTX 6x0 SLI) for Assassin's Creed III. A bit late perhaps but better that than never!

    I would if NVIDIA have added optimizations for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon as the v310.90 drivers had a SLI profile for the game but yet it only runs on one of my GPUs. The game still runs smoothly though but it is puzzling how they can include a SLI profile that actually does not work! :3eyes:
     
  4. PhazeDelta1

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    Thanks . :nerd:
     

  5. pokuly

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    Thanks but somehow the setup of the international version on my german x64 Win7 simply hangs. I see the nvidia logo flicker and then nothing. Process setup.exe stays there forever. Never had this before. This happens even after a complete driver removal. Reinstalling 310.90 works.
     
  6. NeoandGeo

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    Maybe I can get back to ACIII now. :) The hitches dropping below 60fps were killing me enough to want warrant taking a break.
     
  7. Techio

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    Sweet. Installing now.
     
  8. BrainDedd

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    Same here. The installation routine of the international driver version seems to be broken. That's not a good sign if even such obvious driver problems stay unnoticed prior to a public release. Yes, I know it's a Beta, but at least it should install, right?
     
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    who cares about 690? I have a 680 sli and i still don't know if i will got +65% for crysis 3 that's weird
     

  11. hanschke

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    same here. setup broken :bang:
     
  12. Anarion

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    New vsync option. I wonder what that smooth option does compared to on.
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  13. GMtm

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    D3D Triple-Buffering support per chance?
     
  14. moab600

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    5% increase in battlefield? i though they said it gonna be better. any chance to check if it better than 310.90 or 307.54? thx.
     
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    Woohooo (keeping fingers crossed for no more skipping/stuttering in BF3)
     

  16. nick0323

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    Reserved Slot

    I'll test these tonight and post some feedback in this reserved slot as opposed to wasting a post saying "Thanks" or "Awesome" or "Installing Now" etc.

    Edit 1 - Installed over the top of the latest WHQL drivers with the clean install option, no issues as usual though my screen did remain black for part of the install, however it hasn't misplaced my icons this time round so perhaps the install here has been improved.

    Edit 2 - Well I tested this driver on CS:GO and BF3, both games run flawless for me as always on my GTX 4XX series. I wasn't expecting any issues to be honest as I've never had any with any of the drivers released in the last year for my card.
     
    Last edited: Jan 31, 2013
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    Just tested these with ACIII & no difference :thumbdown
     
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    stuttering in BF3, going back to the quadro. Those were perfect in ALL games.
     
  19. ViperXtreme

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    downlaoding, i wonder if it has an effect on GTX 660 cards for AC3 D:
     
  20. Darren Hodgson

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    I wonder what that V-sync On (Smooth) option does? Is it the equivalent of capping the framerate to 1 fps less than the refresh rate of the screen, e.g. 59 fps for a 60 Hz display? I can't see it being a triple buffering option at this point (NVIDIA have ignored it for years after all except for OpenGL) as many developers seem to implement it into the games now even if it isn't an option as I don't generally see the sudden telltale dips from 60 fps to 30 fps and then back up to 60 fps anymore.
     

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