NVIDIA driver updates don't come around as quickly as we'd hope - the last release dates back to early March - but when a new driver does become available it tends to pack a fair few upgrades.
This week, GeForce users are being treated to version 301.42, the first WHQL-certified unified driver from the R300 family of driver.
The new release supports all 8-series GPUs and beyond (including the new 600-series range) and introduces a long list of improvements that includes performance gains of up to 20 per cent in certain games, expanded 3D Vision support, over a dozen updated SLI profiles, added support for four-way SLI using the GeForce GTX 670, and a collection of single- and multi-GPU bug fixes.
Following on from last month's beta release, the WHQL driver retains support for NVIDIA's high-speed FXAA algorithm, as well as Adaptive VSync and Frame Rate Target, and NVIDIA has a lengthy blog post extolling the virtues of FXAA sampling that you may find interesting.
Head over to GeForce.com if you're ready to pull down the 160MB update, and if you've already made the transition, let us know how you're getting on in the comments below.