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Geforce 347.25 driver improve performance, optimized for Dying Light
NVIDIA has released its 347.25 certified driver today.
Changes include heavily expanded multi-frame sampled aliasing (MFAA) support (almost all DX 10 and 11 games are included), various performance improvements, Dying Light optimizations, SLI profiles, and support for the newly released GTX 960.
MFAA, if you're new, is said to be yet another effective yet performance-considerate form of AA (hey, it's hard to have too many), and a variation on the brute-force MSAA.
Hit the source for details if you like, and here for the driver.
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