Nvidia Quadro Driver 265.90 WHQL

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by stasio, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. Kinleyb

    Kinleyb Master Guru

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    Hey guys! Im coming from ATI and im not sure where i need to place the INF file for the quadro drivers! Can anybody but a bug in my ear? Because everybody says these are great drivers and i would like to test them out. Thanks :)
     
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    nah dont bother with 263.14, they have some issues that 263.06tesla didn't.:nerd:
     
  3. Kinleyb

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    hey hunter where do u place the INF file for the quadro driver for it to work with my 580?
     
  4. buddybd

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    You vopy it to this location after the drivers extract and fail to install the first time:

    C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\265.90\Vista 64-bit\English\Display.Driver
     

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    they don't have to fail, you just right-click on nvidia installer and first extract the driver - with winrar..

    and yea put it in "Display.Driver" folder.
     
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    yea just copy and paste the file into the driver folder and when it ask you to overwrite, click ok.
     
  7. Kinleyb

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    Nice Thanks Guys! How is BC2 GPU ussage with these?
     
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    Awesome! :nerd:
     
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    It seems they aren't there anylonger, is this a removal thing ?? i've searched the net and i get the 259.81 instead. Are those good compared to these ??

    I have them with the .inf for win7 64 but i need them for the 32bit of win7.
     
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  11. The General

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    n/m.............
     
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    no it has all international (language) files, otherwise they are the same..


    but sometimes there can be differences between them, US smoother and the other way around - INT smoother than US.. This time its INT that's better, well at least for me and few other members..
     
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    WoW.. You sure know your way around drivers :D

    Thanks I'll try the UK version.
     
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    These drivers are hot, which i forgot to mention. MY GTS 450 at idle stays at 67, shoots up to 71c when gaming. Is that normal?
    My gts 250 stays at idle 60c, goes up to 67 c when gaming.
     

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    that's allot imo, mine idles at 47 or around 52-54C in hot summer days @ 740mhz - no idle states,.. idk it was the same with this driver or any other, i've never seen higher temp because of different driver :pc1:
     
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    I found out what was causing NFS 2010 to lag like hell , dropping down to 15 at times, it was Nvidia Tray tools having that POS install was decreasing my performance big time. Now the game moves at a smooth 55-60 all the time, the lowest it drops down to is 48, but speeds right back up to 60.
     
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    I think my GTS 250 is dying or something, just finish playing Rogue warrior for about 5 mins, come back out, load up gpu-z and it said 74c. Its staying around 69c to 71 now. My HDD is 56c, and the color is red.

    I am using speccy.

    no air? Maybe i have my fan inside my rig turn the wrong way. Who knows, but something is going on.

    For my hdd, it reads:

    Temperature 57 °C
    Temperature Range bad (greater than 55 °C)
     
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    Well if you think it is driver related try another driver. If you think it's the fan then adjust the fan.
     
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    How are these compared to the 266.44 or the 260.89?
     

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