182.08 new WHQL out

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  1. ThEcLiT

    ThEcLiT Master Guru

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    182.08 new WHQL


    Download:

    [​IMG] GeForce ForceWare 182.08 WHQL Vista (32-bit)
    [​IMG] GeForce ForceWare 182.08 WHQL Vista (64-bit)
    [​IMG] GeForce ForceWare 182.08 WHQL XP (64-bit)
    [​IMG] GeForce ForceWare 182.08 WHQL XP (32-bit)






    nv4_disp.inf
     
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  2. eclap

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    Thanks, downloading...
     
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    Thanks, Downloading also...
     
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    it seems the official page disappeared... wondering why... (Page Not Found)
     

  5. ThEcLiT

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    Links still working. :)
     
  6. Anarion

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    YAY! I have a new GeForce GTS 250! (No image editing or inf editing what so ever, just installed the GTS 250 driver using device manager; maybe I should change my signature now :p).
    [​IMG]
     
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  7. bokeh

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    Good news for Photoshop CS4 64-bit users

    Fixed

    Windows Vista 64-bit Issues

    • GeForce 200 Series: Photoshop CS4–OpenGL settings are grayed out and cannot be
    set for the application.
     
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    I can confirm that Photoshop CS4 x64 now has GPU accel working
     
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    it's raining drivers from nvidia... i missed leaked drivers :D
     

  11. Fieldykeeper

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    Why such frequent updatings?? I any more do not know what driver now the stablest and productive!! Prompt what driver now the leader under tests?? :bang:
     
  12. Stormyandcold

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  13. YetYhunter

    YetYhunter Maha Guru

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    New card new drivers,it's simple.
     
  14. TheHunter

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    cool, i've been using 182.08 quadro driver for over a week, gonna give these a go tnx for the info.
     
  15. Threewheels

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    Nice, but didn't you read that the 250 is really just an updated 9800GTX+? You just bought the same card you already had :-/

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/palit-geforce-gts-250-2048mb-review-test/
     

  16. Fluxeor

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    I think he means that his 9800 GTX was detected as a 250, rather than meaning he bought a "new" card.
    Doesn't detect the 9800GT as some fancy new revision, and there i was getting my hopes up for something utterly unspectacular ;)
     
  17. Anarion

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    Spot on! Of cource I didn't buy a new card. That would have been just stupid. :D
     
  18. tHe_HyBrId

    tHe_HyBrId Master Guru

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    Hmm, Release date on your GPU-Z screenshot.. "Apr 01, 2008"..

    Wrong year, right day ;) April fools? :p

    Just kidding, maybe the new drivers see the 9800GTX+ and GTS250 as the same cards now?

    HyBrId
     
  19. digital demon

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    Hopefully these won't cause L4D to randomly crash like the 182.06 and 182.05 did. Will report back later.
     
  20. Anarion

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    No, really. It's possible but because of different hardware ids you have to force install GTS 250 driver manually via device manager. Haven't tested but I think that you could install GeForce 9800 GT driver for 8800 GT. It's a known fact that GPU-Z doesn't recognize 55nm G92 cards correctly.

    GTS 250 drivers work just fine as you can see. They should make a bios that change adapter string.
    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
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