Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by RBEJ, Apr 7, 2006.
date du driver: 17/03/2006
WHQL: oui du 27/03/2006
Ehh what are the enhancements of this driver?? I go to that site and all I see is French and I don't know how to read that lol.
I'm hoping for big 7900 GTX SLI enhancements!
msi drivers, direct link
downloaded will test later
i doubt there will be 84.26 by nvidia i think they'll aim for
the 84.50 at the very least or higher like 85.xx for example.
beta drivers dont mean nvidia will release the exact build.
anyone tested these yet???
Yes, I'm wondering that too
Forget it, 85.10 are around the corner
How you know
MSI just released this driver for their desktops, and hey .. it also happens to be latest 80 series driver out. These drivers seem to be a nice set. These drivers are compatible with a large number of NVIDIA GeForce Graphics cards.
This is what Hilbert posted on mainpage, so does this mean nVidia will make a step to 9x.xx?
I did some small testing on my MSI 7800 256Mb GTX.
Didn't notice any gain or loss from the 84.25 to the 84.26 on I.Q. or perfomance on any of the following games:
Oblivion, HL2, BF2 or Tomb Raider Legend (this game still plays like **** on NEXT GEN graph mode).
The only new thing is a TAB on the Display Propeties called MSI VIVID, seems like a simple and dull color profile thing. So no big deal.
I'm keeping them for more testing.
I've a msi, i'll install this drivers
WTF, no support 66XX cards???
I just noticed the support issue. I"m repackaging this driver set with a modded .inf .. it'll loose WHQL certification if you use the modded .inf though.
Update: new file is now online.
I've read that these drivers supported AAA? Is it Adaptive AA? Or is it something else? Because I thought AAA was ATi only
I like that better then the coolbits version.
Why are there two sliders for memory clocks? which cards have separate clocks for 2d and 3d?
So basically this driver is the 84.25, but with a different control panel, am I right?
AAA is ATI, TSAA is nvidia. TSAA = AAA. But nvidia's TSAA(TMAA) came first
I ran 3DMark2006 and saw no change. 3739 for the record, but I had that more or less with 84.25 too.
Ubermann : have you underclocked your card in 2d mode?
2D running default.
The original control panel is with the drivers also..that clockprogg is just extra.