If you’re an NVIDIA user who’s planning on picking up Respawn’s highly-anticipated Titanfall today, you’ll be happy to know that NVIDIA’s released some brand-new GeForce drivers that optimizes the game’s performance. NVIDIA even goes as far to say that the drivers “are an essential upgrade for pilots entering the fray“, although there’s no mention of what kind of performance gains can be seen versus the drivers available during the beta.
Fortunately, Titanfall can run at above 792p on the PC
GeForce 335.23 might be Titanfall-focused, but there are a couple of other perks as well, including updated SLI profiles for Bound by Flame, Diablo III, DOTA 2, Need for Speed: Rivals, and the upcoming Watch Dogs. Further, GPU offset enhancements for the GTX 750 and 750 Ti have also been included, which leads me to believe that the issue of not being able to match EVGA’s Superclocked 750 Ti’s GPU clock in my 750 Ti overclocking session might be a thing of the past (this is something I’ll test out shortly).