Geforce 181.20 WHQL benchmark review
Although Nvidia's current Geforce 181.20 WHQL only adds supports for two additional graphics cards, we nevertheless put the software to the test.
Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Introduction
The Geforce 181.20 has been released several days ago, but Nvidia doesn't promise big performance benefits - the Release Notes don't give any specific details on that matter. Only the added support for the GTX 295 and GTX 285 is listed.
We combined the results of the GTX 295 review, the GTX 285 review and the comparison of the 180.48 WHQL versus Catalyst 8.12 WHQL in order to check the driver against the 180.48 WHQL and the 180.87 Beta. The latter one is delivered with the GTX 285 and was available to the press for reviews of the GTX 295.
Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Download
You can download the Geforce 181.20 WHQL from the Nvidia website. As an alternative we offer a local download for registered users. The version for the Windows 7 Beta is available via Windows Update.
- 1Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Introduction / Download
- 2Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Benchmark Call of Duty World at War (dt.)
- 3Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Benchmark Crysis Warhead D3D10
- 4Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Benchmark Far Cry 2 (D3D10)
- 5Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Benchmark Left 4 Dead (dt.)
- 6Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Benchmark Stalker Clear Sky (D3D10)
- 7Geforce 181.20 WHQL: Conclusion
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