Tomb Raider gains NVIDIA GeForce GTX Driver support

Mar 16, 2013
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Tomb Raider gains NVIDIA GeForce GTX Driver support

Crystal dynamic's reboot of Tomb Raider has become a big hit in the gaming industry, receiving top marks and rave reviews from game sites all around the web. The game has been praised for its stunning graphics, simple game play, riveting story, and convincing protagonist. While the game is already great, NVIDIA has found a way to make the game even more so. It has released the GeForce 314.21 drivers that will dramatically improve your Tomb Raider gameplay.

NVIDIA had planned on releasing its GeForce GTX Driver support for Tomb Raider during Day 1 of the game's launch, however the company didn't receive the game on time to do so. It's better late than never, and NVIDIA graphics card owners are still grateful that NVIDIA followed through with its support. The company promises that its new 314.21 drivers will improve game performance by about 45%-60%.

The company measured the performance boost on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 at both the 1920x1080 and 2560x1600 resolutions. Many users have also stated that they've seen dramatic boosts in performances in their games. One user stated that his GTX 580 SLI received a 49% boost in performance, with frame rates in the game jumping from 50.3FPS to 74.9FPS on the Ultimate preset.

NVIDIA does really well in updating its drivers. Just a couple of weeks ago, the company launched its 314.14 beta drivers that's optimized for a variety of games including StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, SimCity, Hawken PhysX, and Resident Evil 6 (which will launch on the PC March 22nd). With its 314.21 updated drivers, the best GPU company is able to improve on one of the best games this year so far.

[via NVIDIA]


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