Nvidia today announced its latest Verde notebook driver release, version 197.16 (WHQL). Verde, for those unfamiliar with the term, is a Nvidia's notebook driver program in which reference drivers can be installed on supported Nvidia notebook GPUs rather than waiting for your laptop manufacturer to port a custom version (in most cases).
The latest driver adds support for connecting 3D Vision-Ready displays to your notebook, while also boosting performance in a number of titles. Nvidia claims you'll see a performance boost up to 30 percent in Crysis: Warhead with SLI technology, or 13 percent with a single GPU. Left 4 Dead also receives a sizable performance boost, up to 28 percent with SLI and 30 percent with a single GPU.
Other changes include bumping up the PhysX System Software to version 9.10.0129 and the HD Audio driver to version 220.127.116.11 (for supported GPUs).
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