Nvidia, on Tuesday evening, has posted new certified WHQL drivers by Microsoft that are supposed to optimize particular performance of its graphics in Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and Need for Speed: Rivals.
Nvidia has delivered this week a new version of WHQL drivers for its GeForce graphics cards. Stamped 331.82, it includes optimizations that are already available in different betas appeared in recent weeks and it added some additional refinements especially designed for games like Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag and Need for Speed: Rivals. Nvidia also promises a significant improvement in performance for SLI configurations (two graphics cards and more) used on "4K" monitors.
The GeForce 331.82 drivers also include an update of the GeForce Experience (version 1.7.1) utility, which incorporates new tools that are home version of Shadowplay (recording the current game via the integrated H.264 encoder with GTX 600 series graphics cards and higher) and Gamestream (diffusion of current game console to a Nvidia Shield). They can be downloaded directly from the Nvidia site from here http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/70187/en-us.