Monday, July 1st 2013

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 320.49 WHQL Certified Drivers

Earlier today NVIDIA published the GeForce 320.49 WHQL certified drivers in support of the newly launched GeForce GTX 760 graphics card, 32-bit and 64-bit versions for Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP are made available by today's release. The WHQL verion of the drivers comes exactly six days after the Beta version was made public, release which generated some issues for many of those who immediately downloaded and installed the 320.49 drivers, freezing, error messages and crashes were reported in a variety of games by more than few users, so you might want to have a look at the official feedback thread before you download and click install.

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17 Comments on NVIDIA Releases GeForce 320.49 WHQL Certified Drivers

#1
hckngrtfakt
I'm not downloading these until more guinea pi.... ermm.. i mean users
test them out :D 320.18 kept crashing my 560 on some of my games :shadedshu
(older games tho)
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#2
ViperXTR
using 326.01 now, indeed ill wait for guin- er other feedback.
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#3
KainXS
these drivers gave me jsut as many problems as 320.18 . . . . . . . come on nvidia:shadedshu
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#4
renz496
Currently still using the latest beta and might keep it since it is the very same WHQL driver that being put out right now. So far working just fine with me. Previous 320.18 work fine on me as well. Only had crash once with it but other than that it works well on my 660 SLI setup
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#5
Relayer
In before nVidia blames the game devs or M$. :D
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#6
HumanSmoke
No problems with this driver here (nor with 320.18 for that matter). Tested with MLL, BF3, DS3, BL2, and Narodnaya Soljanka (ShoC)
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#7
xxdozer322
any idea whats going on here? i installed these drivers and now my BF3 plays in windowed mode? i want that shit full screen and it wont? any idea how to fix it?
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#8
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
It's odd how the WHQL driver has the same version number as the beta driver.

Also, it's not on the home page of the geforce.com website, but the article links do point to the WHQL driver being published just yesterday and searching for a driver returns the same result.

I wonder if nvidia have gotten a bit confused somewhere?
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#9
radrok
Seems like a joke... I switched to Nvidia for better drivers and now they can't get a decent driver out :ohwell:

I guess I'll stay with 314.22 :)
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#10
THE_EGG
by: xxdozer322
any idea whats going on here? i installed these drivers and now my BF3 plays in windowed mode? i want that shit full screen and it wont? any idea how to fix it?
Alt+Enter maybe? I dunno maybe just rollback to the previous most stable driver that worked for you.


I'm still on 314.22. Anything newer I get crashes with my OC settings...
I ain't fixin' somethin' that ain't broke.
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#12
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
by: Static~Charge
roasted GPUs
:laugh: Sorry.
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#13
NeoXF
These drivers corrupted a friend of mine's 32bit Windows XP system... first it loaded up with all kinds of graphical artifacts over a mostly black screen, then, on next boot, BSOD after the third "loading" scroll bar... of course, it could've just been a unlucky random HDD failure, even tho I don't think those ever happened to him before and his system was just reset OC-free, default settings on everything. WTF nVidia...
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#14
alucasa
Xp? I wouldn't update any drivers on Windows XP nowadays if it works correctly.
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#15
aayman_farzand
I tried the beta version of these and they worked just fine. Currently on 326 and got a BSOD yesterday, but too lazy to check if it was because of the drivers :P
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#16
xxdozer322
alright so restarted my computer, everything its working FINE on my 580. absolutely no glitching and no artifacting, ran bf3 for hours today even in this heat and no problems for me
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#17
THE_EGG
by: xxdozer322
alright so restarted my computer, everything its working FINE on my 580. absolutely no glitching and no artifacting, ran bf3 for hours today even in this heat and no problems for me
Have you got your 580 SOC overclocked on top of the factory overclock?
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