Friday, September 20th 2013

NVIDIA Rolls Out GeForce 327.23 WHQL Drivers

NVIDIA rolled out the latest GeForce 327.23 WHQL software, which adds drivers and related system software for NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards. Version 327.23 WHQL comes with logo-certification for Windows 8.1. Its changelog over GeForce 326.80 is tiny, including a bug-fix for PhysX default device selection, and an issue with 3D Vision viewer, but sizable, compared to GeForce 320.49. It improves game-specific performance for a a handful games (compared to GeForce 320.49), including Up to 15% in Dirt: Showdown on GTX 770, up to 19% in Dirt: Showdown on GTX 770 SLI, up to 11% in F1 2012 on GTX 770 SLI, and up to 6% in Tomb Raider, and up to 6% in Tomb Raider on GTX 770. NVIDIA also talked about performance improvements "across the board," without mentioning specifics in the release notes. The driver updates PhysX system software version to 9.13.0725.

DOWNLOAD: GeForce 327.23 WHQL for Windows 8/7/Vista 64-bit | Windows 8/7/Vista 32-bit | Windows XP 32-bit | Windows XP 64-bit
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15 Comments on NVIDIA Rolls Out GeForce 327.23 WHQL Drivers

#1
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
As long as it doesn't blow up my card, like those other drivers recently I'll be happy.
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#2
Sabishii Hito
I wonder if these will enable PCI-E 3.0 automatically on X79 systems with an Ivy Bridge-E chip.
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#3
TheHunter
by: Sabishii Hito
I wonder if these will enable PCI-E 3.0 automatically on X79 systems with an Ivy Bridge-E chip.
Not, yet..

That will be in next beta (soon) and only for 780GTX/Titan atm.
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#4
Katanai
I installed them and played 1 match of Dota 2. Seem stable so far...
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#5
Baum
Anyone tested BF3 or CS:Go with them?
Last time i did an update starcraft wasn't playable at all :-(
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#6
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Got ~20FPS increase in Metro Last Light benchmark with these over the previous betas.

was getting ~40fps maxed, now up to around 60.
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#7
BorisDG
LOL! Everytime exact same games in the list... now Dirt should run with 3000 FPS... :banghead:
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#8
HossHuge
Nvidia Surround issues

The last drivers would full screen a program to the monitor that it was on, these are full screening to all three monitors....:confused:

I wish Nvidia would put all the system icons on the middle screen and not to the far left screen when you go from 1 screen to 3.

Other than those issues, rock solid.
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#9
fusionblu
I installed these drivers yesterday and they seem to be okay for playing TES: Skyrim. I haven't tried them with other games, but so far it seems to be okay.
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#10
Covert_Death
hmmm new drivers are giving me GPU crashes just like the betas... i have a 670 running on a 990fX extreme 4 (ASRock) with an 8350 @ 5.0Ghz when i roll back drivers to latest stable i get no crashes
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#11
PLSG08
What's the difference between this and the one you download from Nvidia's site? Apart from the file size difference
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#12
PLSG08
Okay so I played a Little Tomb Raider with this and I have to say there's a big difference. back then I used to get 20-35 fps around everywhere and with this I get 30-50 fps.
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#13
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
by: PLSG08
What's the difference between this and the one you download from Nvidia's site? Apart from the file size difference
Are you downloading it in a different language, perhaps? Remember, there's more than one version of English for example and they're different sized files.
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#14
johnspack
Awesome driver, fixed some sli issues for me.
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#15
PLSG08
by: qubit
Are you downloading it in a different language, perhaps? Remember, there's more than one version of English for example and they're different sized files.
Just the eng download. I was surprised that the filesize here is around 180 mb while on the nvidia site its around 250 (or 230mb).
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