With support for OpenGL 3.1 and CUDA 2.3
Following a recent BETA release of the new GeForce 190.38 drivers for graphics cards and ION-based products, the Santa Clara, California-based graphics chip maker has released today the WHQL-certified version of the aforementioned drivers.
As you can expect from the majority of NVIDIA graphics drivers, the new release adds support for new applications, improves performance and delivers a series of fixes to known bugs. The
new release is available for download right here on Softpedia, providing support for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 users.
The new GeForce/ION driver release has been WHQL certified and provides support for all of NVIDIA's latest GPUs, ranging from the old GeForce 6-series to the more recent 200-series desktop GPUs and the new ION GPUs. As with the BETA release, the WHQL version adds support for OpenGL 3.1 API and the new CUDA 2.3, providing users with improved performance in GPU Computing applications. In addition, NVIDIA also included several new control panel features and numerous bug fixes.
The company's new GeForce 190.38 WHQL-certified release delivers an improvement over the features offered by previous ones. These drivers provide users with support for SLI technology and the PhysX System Software version 9.09.0428, as well as enable them to set the PhysX acceleration on a dedicated GeForce graphics card, improving performance over a single-GPU solution. The driver pack also includes the GeForce Plus Power Pack #3, providing users with a number of applications that are optimized for the GeForce GPUs.
For those looking to upgrade to the new WHQL-certified GeForce 190.38 graphics drivers we have put up the following links, offering support for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the most popular Windows operating systems, including XP, Vista and 7.