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Old 17 September 2006, 18:13   #1
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We have spotted a new ForceWare driver. This set includes WHQL certification but, we were forced to break the WHQL signature in-order to add support for all GeForce series. The creation date on this driver is 8th of September, 2006. Since this driver came from an unofficial source – consider it as a beta and use it at your own risk.

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Old 17 September 2006, 18:18   #2
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Old 17 September 2006, 19:14   #3
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rege i dont know what a heck is with those drivers
i am geting low fps every time nvidia send new drivers on net
this sux i cant play ubersoldier, bf2, x3 reunion and flatout2 with new drivers
to play those games i need to use older drivers (now i am using 91.31)
they are destroying old cards so they can sold more new cards


sorry but this is my coment on new drivers
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Old 17 September 2006, 19:59   #4
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Well… I prefer ATI’s way with the drivers. One official driver with release notes per month, is better then many unofficial leaks. Anyway, Nvidia should start adding some kind of changelog to all their drivers (even the unofficial).
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how i see they send beta drivers on net
if there is not much problems with it they change name (number) and put WHQL certification
this is stupid thing to do
they are using us for testing

i dont like it
i havent see any progres in thers drivers since 90.xx
older drivers work much beter with games (but only for older cards)

p.s.i think all nvidia users have seen a dropdown with FPS in games
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Old 17 September 2006, 20:34   #6
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That’s because they are always looking to optimize it for the G7x series (Marketing reasons). They have no reason to optimize it to the old cards because their sells are not focused on it. Actually, maybe they are doing it on purpose, so you will buy a new card.

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I do have some minor bugs with the 9x series, and my SLI rig. Some annoying black screens for a few seconds on startup, and some stability issues time to time.

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Old 17 September 2006, 23:49   #7
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they will have to really perform well to convince me to drop the 92.91 and revert to the 91.4*+ series which gave me mostlly greef.....

but here again imm up to be amazed.....

but wont be trying them on my own soon unless the above happends....
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That’s because they are always looking to optimize it for the G7x series (Marketing reasons). They have no reason to optimize it to the old cards because their sells are not focused on it. Actually, maybe they are doing it on purpose, so you will buy a new card.

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I do have some minor bugs with the 9x series, and my SLI rig. Some annoying black screens for a few seconds on startup, and some stability issues time to time.
please
rege can you help me with optimizing new drivers just for 6xxx series (for winxp)

tools,SDK,..... i dont know what tool is best for opening files
p.s.i use borland c++




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Old 18 September 2006, 19:30   #9
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please
rege can you help me with optimizing new drivers just for 6xxx series (for winxp)
Sure, but you need to get the source code from Nvidia. Ask them, maybe they will give it to you, but I’m not so sure about it… ROFL… Erm… you see… Haha… Nvidia don’t like us… that much… Haha… that’s why we are not getting any samples and cooperation directly… The only thing they will give us is... maybe a legal threat. I guess you’re getting the hint already...
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im not going back to a 91 series driver coz 92 has fixed my tomb raider legends profile bug. it wasn't being set properly

define optimise btw?

the newer drivers are supposedly faster on Geforce 6 cards as well, and with the new TRAA options

...step one.. upgrade cpu... hopefully coming today

step 2,.. act like a poor man and beg people for money,

step 3 use money to buy 6800GS and finally play my games at decent FPS
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