Nvidia posts new GPU drivers a day ahead of Titanfall's release
If you own a GeForce graphics card and plan to pick up Titanfall tomorrow, Nvidia suggests you get busy installing its new GeForce 335.23 drivers, which are both WHQL-certified and tweaked to deliver "the best possible gaming experience" for the upcoming FPS developed by Respawn. And if you don't plan to play Titanfall, there are still reasons to install the latest driver release.
Nvidia said it enhanced the GPU clock offset options for GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 graphics cards. In addition, you'll find a handful of added or updated SLI profiles, including ones for Assassin's Creed Freedom Cry, Assassin's Creed Liberation HD, Diablo III, Bound By Flame, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut, DOTA 2, The Crew, Need for Speed Rivals, HeartStone: Heroes of Warcaft, Gas Guzzlers, and Watch Dogs.
The new drivers also fix a few nagging issues, like V-Sync not working if FPS Limited is enabled and getting rid of sluggish performance when moving, minimizing, and/or maximizing windows in Surround mode.