NVIDIA Beta Driver 267.24 Enables Bulletstorm 3D Vision Support

March 2, 2011

By Andrew Burnes

Over on our download page you can now snag NVIDIA's latest set of beta drivers, numbered 267.24 (267.26 for GeForce GTX 560 Ti users, and 276.31 for GeForce GTX 580 users). Headlining the list of changes is the addition of Bulletstorm NVIDIA 3D Vision support, allowing gamers with the requisite hardware to enjoy People Can Fly’s highly-rated first-person shooter in full, eye-popping stereoscopic 3D.

Our second major addition is SLI support for the newly-released Crysis 2 demo. To unlock the full power of your multiple video cards download and install the new drivers, restart your PC, and then install the SLI and multi-GPU profile update (GeForce GTX 560 Ti users should download this file instead). Following another restart your computer will now be ready to utilize up to four graphics cards in the Crysis 2 demo, ensuring your frame rate remains high even when the action truly kicks off.

The beta drivers also include a SLI profile for Homefront, Kaos Studios’ hotly-tipped first-person shooter, due for release March 15th. With regards to bugs, the beta drivers squash a crash that occurred when launching 3D applications with the Manage 3D Settings page open, and another that had the temerity to claim that the NVIDIA Control Panel was unavailable.

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