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Nvidia GeForce 347.88 and Titan X GPU Have Been Released
Today, Nvidia unleashed two of its new products together; a driver in the form of GeForce 347.88 WHQL and a new, massive – and pricey – GPU, the Titan X.
As far as the GeForce 347.88 drivers are concerned, the company says they have been tailored to give optimized results for Battlefield Hardline, I am sure many of the PC fans of the game are going to download them:
The new GeForce Game Ready 347.88 WHQL Battlefield Hardline drivers are now available to download from GeForce Experience and GeForce.com. With Game Ready optimizations for Battlefield Hardline, new SLI profiles, and support for TITAN X, the world’s fastest GPU, our latest Game Ready drivers are a recommended update for all GeForce GTX users.
So lets talk about the GPU that new GeForce 347.88 drivers also support, the GeForce GTX Titan X. Nvidia states that it is the fastest in the world, supports DirectX 12 and has 12GB frame-buffer.
One more aspect of the GeForce GTX Titan X GPU is the price tag. If you go to the official website of Nvidia for the Buy Direct option, you will see that it is going to weigh in heavily at your wallet.
It has been priced at $999, for this:
GeForce GTX TITAN X is built for the most demanding gaming enthusiast. It combines the very latest technologies and extreme performance of the new NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture to be the fastest, most advanced graphics card on the planet.
So tell us, will you be making use of the new drivers when playing Battlefield Hardline, and do you think you will spend a grand for Titan X?