Monday, March 25th 2013

NVIDIA Posts GeForce 314.22 WHQL Drivers

NVIDIA posted GeForce 314.22 driver-suite, just in time for Bioshock: Infinite. The WHQL-signed drivers offer performance increments as high as 41 percent in Bioshock: Infinite; and up to 60 percent in Tomb Raider (2013), up to 23 percent in Sniper Elite V2, and up to 13 percent in Sleeping Dogs. These results were produced using a GeForce GTX 680, and NVIDIA claims the gains "will be seen on other GPUs also, though to varying degrees." The results are in comparison to the previous GeForce 314.07 WHQL drivers.

GeForce 314.22 WHQL is also claimed to improve SLI performance (tested using GTX 680), for Sniper Elite V2 by up to 21 percent, up to 14 percent in Sleeping Dogs, up to 10 percent in StarCraft II, and up to 15 percent in Civilization V. SLI support is added/improved for Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, Dungeons and Dragons: Neverwinter, and BioShock Infinite.

DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 314.22 WHQL for Windows 8/7/Vista 64-bit, Windows 8/7/Vista 32-bit, Windows XP, and Windows XP 64-bit
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17 Comments on NVIDIA Posts GeForce 314.22 WHQL Drivers

#1
Drone
won't show version number in dxdiag
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#2
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Awesome. Will install these when I get home from Hawaii. Just watched some Bioshock video reviews, I need it now! Looks so awesome.
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#3
syeef
by: Drone
won't show version number in dxdiag
^This.

Also GPU-Z is not reporting PhysX in my System:

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#4
Finners
driver version showing in dxdiag and gpu-z reporting physx here, no problem. I'm running a 680 as well
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#5
syeef
by: Finners
driver version showing in dxdiag and gpu-z reporting physx here, no problem. I'm running a 680 as well
PhysX fixed.
For some reason, Nvidia Installer didn't install PhysX, so had to manually installed it.

But version number still missing in dxdiag:

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#6
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
I dont play any of the games listed anyway So i guess I will sit this one out.

I was hoping they would come out with a SLi profile for ARMA III :shadedshu:shadedshu
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#7
jihadjoe
I think you borked something. I just installed mine straight in express mode and have had no problems.



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#8
natr0n
It's really nice to still see XP64 drivers.
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#10
lZKoce
Done...aaand done. Works like before. No issues so far.
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#12
Novulux
by: Cyras
PCIe 1.1 :wtf:
Power saving mode, most recent cards do it...
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#13
Drone
by: syeef
I am on Windows 8, so is Drone.
Yeah version number shows in Device Manager and in GPU-Z and driver/physx works perfectly no problems at all ... only dxdiag won't show version number. :confused: Before .22 did you use beta .21 (I did) or some other version?
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: Drone
Yeah version number shows in Device Manager and in GPU-Z and driver/physx works perfectly no problems at all ... only dxdiag won't show version number. :confused: Before .22 did you use beta .21 (I did) or some other version?
Why does it matter? As long as the driver is working, whats the problem?
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#15
Cyras
by: Novulux
Power saving mode, most recent cards do it...
Look again, before the @ is the connection between the Motherboard and the GPU, after the @ the current mode (Load, Power saving)

My Card
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#16
syeef
by: Cyras
Look again, before the @ is the connection between the Motherboard and the GPU, after the @ the current mode (Load, Power saving)

My Card
http://www.abload.de/thumb/gtx20hzgy.jpg
He has a ASUS Commando P965 motherboard, which has PCIe 1.1 bus.

@Drone, no I didn't use any beta.
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#17
jihadjoe
^ To be fair I had forgotten to make my system specs visible when I first made that post.

I just noticed the checkbox in the UserCP after you pointed out that you were using Windows 8, and felt stupid about my first reply which I did before reading your system specs.
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