NVIDIA Releases GeForce 350.12 WHQL Driver – GTA V Launch Ready Drivers Available For Download
NVIDIA has released their latest GeForce 350.12 WHQL drivers which are ready and optimized for the PC version of Rockstar’s highly anticipated, open-world AAA title, GTA V. The game ready GeForce drivers are available to download at NVIDIA’s official website and are a recommended update for all GeForce users who will be playing the game when it unlocks in a few hours. The drivers can also be downloaded directly from the link provided below:
NVIDIA’s GTA V Ready, GeForce 350.12 WHQL Drivers Available For Download
The driver weighs in at 283.00 MB and supports every GeForce graphics cards since the GeForce 400 series up to the GeForce GTX Titan X. The driver is specifically aimed to optimize performance for Rockstar’s behemoth title which is coming to the PC platform one and a half year of its initial release on the previous generation of consoles (Xbox 360 and Playstation 3). The game was released on current generation consoles in late 2014 however, the PC version was delayed due to optimizations being done by the Rockstar teams which also did include the developers from Max Payne 3 who did a great job optimizing the game on PC. The GTA V PC version is not only going to be the best version of GTA V but also one of the best open world AAA title and a true successor to GTA IV which has been modded to extreme lengths by the PC modding community.
Some features supported by the GTA V for GeForce users include 3D Vision, 4K, 4K Surround, Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR), GameStream, GeForce Experience one-click Optimal Playable Settings, G-SYNC, G-SYNC Surround, Multi Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing (MFAA), Percentage Closer Soft Shadows (PCSS), SLI, Surround, and TXAA. NVIDIA has also added SLI profiles so that users who are running multiple GPUs don’t get any sort of functionality issues while playing the game.
Aside from the drivers and features included for GeForce graphics cards, the game also has several graphics configuration options of its own which we discussed in detail last week.
GTA V PC – 60 FPS Trailer:
The complete changelog for the GeForce 350.12 drivers can be seen below:
Game Ready For Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V is the one of the most anticipated PC releases of 2015, and with the new GeForce Game Ready driver you’ll have optimal performance when playing its explosive single-player, multiplayer, and co-op modes, and when enhancing your game with supported NVIDIA technologies. These include 3D Vision, 4K, 4K Surround, Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR), GameStream, GeForce Experience one-click Optimal Playable Settings, G-SYNC, G-SYNC Surround, Multi Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing (MFAA),Percentage Closer Soft Shadows (PCSS), SLI, Surround, and TXAA.Advertisement
Even without the features listed above Grand Theft Auto V PC is a stunner, as you can clearly see in the 60 FPS trailer. With NVIDIA features and technologies, your experience will be unmatched.
Upgrade your rig with a second NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPU to activate SLI, the multi-GPU technology of choice for gamers. With intelligent scaling and industry-leading multi-GPU anti-stutter technology, NVIDIA SLI is the smoothest, most effective way of increasing frame rates by up to 2x.
In the new GeForce Game Ready Grand Theft Auto V drivers, the following SLI profiles have been introduced or updated:
- Assassin’s Creed Rogue – Added SLI profile
- Grand Theft Auto V – Added SLI profile
- Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty – Added SLI profile
- Project Cars – Updated SLI profile
- Victor Vran – Added SLI profile
3D Vision Profiles
- Grand Theft Auto V – Rated ‘Excellent’
- Heroes of the Storm – Rated ‘Excellent’
- Mortal Kombat X – Rated ‘Fair’
GeForce Game Ready Driver: Download Now
You can download the new GeForce Game Ready Grand Theft Auto V drivers through GeForce Experience, our free, essential, game and system-enhancing application, or from the GeForce.com Drivers page. If you experience any technical issues with the new Game Ready drivers please post a detailed report on the GeForce.com Driver Feedback Forum, where our Customer Care team can better assist you. via GeForce.com