GeForce Driver 310.90 was released May 22, 2012 For WIndows XP and Vista and 7. When installing a new driver we recommend not selecting the GeForce Experience.
Increases performance for GeForce 400 Series and 500 Series GPUs in several PC games vs. GeForce 296.10 WHQL-certified drivers.
- GeForce GTX 690
- GeForce GTX 680
- GeForce GTX 670
- GeForce GT 600-series GPUs
|Cellfactor: Revolution||Game abends to desktop|
|Frontlines: Fuel of War||PhysX Error|
|Halo: Combat Evolved||Transparent Elites are not rendered properly, making them invisible|
- EVGA GTX 660 Ti FTW Signature 2
- EVGA GT 640
REVERT TO PREVIOUS DRIVERS
If you need to revert back to a previous driver release you can remove the NVIDIA driver from the control panel and you will need to reboot. The the desired driver can be installed which will require another reboot. Use the driver defaults. Use in-game settings to adjust the performance or FX.
Never force game option with the driver. Use in-game options only. We see so many try to get features of games that do not have intrinsic ability. Always use in-game options and use driver defaults from a clean install.
Forums galore are flooded with problems, none of which are reproducible by us. If the games are not working properly, backup and install Windows fresh. One of the best new features of Windows 8 and above is the Refresh Windows. This preserves libraries but its otherwise the same as a clean install. Drivers are hard to debug at the best of times.
With all the problems we have found; it clearly demonstrates that WHQL is rather pointless from a gaming perspective. No wonder our site is so popular.
Contact us if your have driver issues. Fee Liable.
We constantly investigate problems simply as we use NVIDIA video cards and we desire to be more defensive following the demise of our 8600 GT which did not last long at all. The withdrawn 196.75 driver had a bad fan speed profile that left it at 30% regardless of actual temperature. That driver was the cause of the destruction of our old machine. First the 8600 GT was destroyed and the Asus M2NBP-VM CSM failed short afterwards.