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GeForce ForceWare 262.99 WHQL Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Silviu, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. MaxBlade

    MaxBlade Master Guru

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    Sorry man but sometimes its best to say nothing... some had problems some don't. When you say "never".. lol
     
  2. PirateNeilsouth

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    Well it hasn't :3eyes: , why say nothing when it's the truth as i've been using driversweeper for a very long time. As people have backed me up on , it's the idiots uninstalling the nvidia chipset drivers
     
  3. Prophet

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    Someone mentioned Ati in this context. You should never use a drivercleaner with ati cards and this. It might delete some registry entries which might be needed and which the drivers for some reason dont create. Botched my win install twice. Since their drivers are so ****ty I figured I go with nvidia who always had great rumour for good drivers. We´ll see when the next ati card comes out though, I´m kinda getting enough with the low gpu usage and stuttering in bfbc2.
     
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  5. Pill Monster

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    NP...:)

    I have to say the IQ in this thread is degrading very quickly...
     
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  6. GiNaJuIcE

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    well the low gpu usage was a problem for me in bfbc2 until i bought a asus 23" 1080p led-lcd. Was at resolution 1440x900 on my 19" with 35% gpu usage on both cards. With the 23" at 1920x1080 the usage is above 80% on both cards. pretty cool. So yea the resolution plays a big part with gpu usage like everyone has been saying.
     
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  7. AmigaWolf

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    From what i know i had no stutters in Games only in Movies, and only when i
    use SLI.

    Also i use no video codecs, only MPC HC + madVR and AC3Filter, nothing
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    If you diable SLI you have no Video Stutters any more in movies, and you
    set sli on again when you play games again, Yes i know it's not a Fix but it helps.

    And that with 2x Geforce GTX 460 1GB.
     
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  9. AmigaWolf

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  11. SlackerITGuy

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    Just go over @ NVIDIA's forums, and search for a member named: 'ManuelG'.

    PM him.
     
  12. AmigaWolf

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  13. traft

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    Just installed these and played ME2 for little bit didn't notice anything for me atleast. Gonna test out other games but so far so good.
     
  14. ToyTen

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    okay, i admit... thank you :)
     
  15. traft

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    I don't know if this is the same artifacting that Grahf talked about with ME2 but while playing Star Wars The Force Unleashed 2 I have some major texture issues. Area's will flash and change colors while Alt+Tab out and back usually fixs it that only lasts so long before happens again. One easy to explain issue the light sabers will either vanish or stay but a rectangle will appear around it, other games I tried didn't have this issue.

    I don't know if it's just me, these drivers and my card or even just the drivers but if anyone else can check it would be helpful.
     

  16. Cyberdyne

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    They release this driver with an INF that only list the 580. When you mod the INF and expect wonders over previous drivers you are kidding yourself. It's a driver, be patient and another will come. Then another. And so on.
     
  17. russ1

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    can someone please do a modded inf for windows 7 32 bit thanks
     
  18. Hog54

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    I dont know if its these drivers or what,but I get big drops in fps and studdering in Call of Duty Black Ops.This game definitely doesnt play as smooth as MW2.And in MW2 I was getting over 100 fps and in Black Ops I barely stay in the 60s.If this is the way the games plays,those specs on the box are way off.You will never play this with what thier minimum specs are.
     
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    Can't get these to install on my GTX260 with the modified inf, keeps saying "the system cannot find the file specified"
     

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