New NVIDIA drivers boost both Tomb Raider and BioShock Infinite performance

BioShock Infinite

By on March 26, 2013 at 3:28 pm

NVIDIA have released GeForce 314.22 drivers for you to download, claiming a boost of up to 41% in BioShock Infinite and an astonishing 71% in Tomb Raider.

“Other highlights include single-GPU and SLI performance improvements of up to 30% in Civilization V, 22% in Sniper Elite V2, and 12% in Sleeping Dogs,” reads the announcement. “314.22 WHQL also includes SLI profiles for Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, Resident Evil 6, and Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army; 3D Vision profiles for Brutal Legend, MUD, and Tomb Raider; and a NVIDIA Control Panel Ambient Occlusion profile for BioShock Infinite.”

Head on over our file library (or to the GeForce website) and grab them for yourself.

Source: GeForce (Thanks, PalZer0)

7 comments (Leave your own)

Hope it does something for my GTX590′s

 

May I please ask why these are not being made available on the file server here?

 

kulprit:
May I please ask why these are not being made available on the file server here?

http://games.on.net/file/52025/

 

71% o_O really?

 

no 64bit driver download zzzz

 

angeredsoul:
no 64bit driver download zzzz

I think Cas has just named the file wrong, if you look here (http://games.on.net/file/52025/) the actual exe name is 64-bit.

 

Bioshock Infinite Lag has become a common problem for gamers. Sometime it happens because of GPU drivers but there are other issues as well that slow downs the game and your game start lagging. The article mentioned below is helpful to resolve Bioshock Infinite Lagging problem. Follow the link given below:

http://www.optimum-systems.com/2013/04/fix-bioshock-infinite-lag.html

 
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