Now before we dive into the product overview I'd first like to point your attention to a driver change, a much welcomed one really.
As of today the GeForce drivers will have a new feature, they can now automatically update AA and SLI profiles. Once you can enable the feature the driver will contact NVIDIA on a regular basis, download profiles and silently installs them.
What we like very much is that just the profiles are updated, and not the entire driver (which could mess up things with an automated update). So install the latest driver, enable the feature and automatically your profiles will be up to date, even based on a nightly update.
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