I just mentioned SFV on nVidia hardware, new title, new hardware, new drivers. It seems to me people just mentally trick themselves into believeing it's not necessary, to avoid the hassle and time it takes testing various drivers. It's not about copying 'untested' *.dlls into older driver sets. It's about copying tested *.dlls from older drivers into the folder of the executable (game, program, application), forcing the executable to use the drivers in the folder, rather than the installed drivers in windows/system32 or wherever they're located. If it doesn't work or creates problems, just remove the *.dlls from the folder and the executable will just use the regular system32 drivers again - not really an issue if you know what you're doing.