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GTX 660 Which Driver?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Flakman, Sep 21, 2018.

  1. Flakman

    Flakman Master Guru

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    I read that nVidia has dropped support for the older cards.

    Which driver still supports this card in, Windows 10 1803?

    This is for my wife's pc which is an i7 870, 8gb ram and 500gb HD.

    Thank you
     
  2. Yxskaft

    Yxskaft Maha Guru

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    Kepler (600/700 series) is still supported and you should just get the latest driver

    Nvidia dropped support for its Fermi (400/500 series) cards, but some low-end cards, ie GT 610, were rebranded Fermi cards and that's probably why you think yours isn't supported anymore.

    There's also no risk trying to install a driver that might have removed support, the installer always runs a compatibility check and will simply refuse to install the driver if it doesn't detect a compatible GPU.
     
  3. maur0

    maur0 Master Guru

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    point of view gtx 570 1gb
  4. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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  5. nz3777

    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    Always use Newest Drivers bro.
     
  6. cookieboyeli

    cookieboyeli Master Guru

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    Read before posting! It's not fermi!

    Yea definitely always get the newest driver. I'd make sure to update once in a while too.

    To avoid any possible issues if you haven't updated in a long time or are already having problems try running Display Driver Uninstaller first to remove the driver that's on there. (It's really a good idea to do if you've never done it before or are updating from a really really old driver or switched GPUs).
     
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2018

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