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NVIDIA GeForce 310.90 WHQL fixes security issue

Posted on Sunday, January 06 2013 @ 10:53:49 CET by


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NVIDIA has uploaded the GeForce 310.90 WHQL driver. Among other things, this release fixes a security issue in the NVIDIA Display Driver Service. You can download it over here.
New in GeForce 310.90:

  • Adds a security update for the NVIDIA Display Driver service (nvvsvc.exe).

  • Improves performance for GeForce GTX 690:
    - Up to 19% faster performance in Autodesk 3ds Max when interacting with large models compared to GeForce GTX 480.
    - Up to 60% faster performance in ray tracing applications such as NVIDIA iray and Chaos V-Ray (subject to the scene fitting into graphics memory) compared to GeForce GTX 480.
    - Up to 76% faster performance in the 3D extruded ray tracing capability in Adobe After Effects compared to GeForce GTX 480.

  • Updates SLI profiles for Far Cry 3 and NBA2k13.

  • Adds new 3D Vision profiles for the following games:
    - Aliens: Colonial Marines – rated Fair
    - GT Legends – rated 3D Vision Ready
    - LEGO: Lord of the Rings – rated Good
    - Miasmata – rated Good
    - Pirate101 – rated 3D Vision Ready
    - Viking: Battle for Asgard – rated Excellent
    - Warframe – rated Good
    - Wizard101 – rated 3D Vision Ready




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