Like AMD, Nvidia prepares for the arrival of Windows 8.1 with the provision of new drivers, releasing the 327.23 WHQL. They promise improved support for “4K” monitors as well as some performance improvements.
Similarly as AMD’s Catalyst 13.9, NVIDIA’s next new GeForce drivers are dedicated to Windows 8.1, advertised as being fully compatible with the latest public test versions for this OS. Unless a new release by then, so it will be recommended for users who have upgraded from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1.
Nvidia promises global optimizations leading to a “performance improvement (up to 19%)” for GeForce 400/500/600/700 series for many PC games compared to GeForce drivers vs. Released driver versions 320.49″, published in June.
The 327.23 drivers also incorporate some new features to simplify the configuration of PC monitors called “4K” and displaying 3840 x 2160 pixels, such as the Asus PQ321. NVIDIA GeForce 327.23 WHQL Drivers can be downloaded from this link.