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TgD Thunderbolt56
09-14-2004, 12:05 PM
Which drivers will be recommended for Pacific Fighters for those of us with late model Nvidia cards? Or, rather, which ones are the Maddox team using for their testing?

The latest WHQL drivers for them (listed at the Nvidia site) are still the 61.77's yet there are many others out there that are more recent and one is even listed as WHQL (65.73's).

I'm using the 66.00 betas right now to good effect, but still have an occassional glitch here and there. I play a little Doom3, but that time pales in comparison to the time I spend in FB.

Just curious.


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TgD Thunderbolt56
09-14-2004, 12:05 PM
Which drivers will be recommended for Pacific Fighters for those of us with late model Nvidia cards? Or, rather, which ones are the Maddox team using for their testing?

The latest WHQL drivers for them (listed at the Nvidia site) are still the 61.77's yet there are many others out there that are more recent and one is even listed as WHQL (65.73's).

I'm using the 66.00 betas right now to good effect, but still have an occassional glitch here and there. I play a little Doom3, but that time pales in comparison to the time I spend in FB.

Just curious.


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F16_Fatboy
09-14-2004, 12:32 PM
The 66.31 from e.g. Guru3d have received good marks and rumors have that they are WHQL.

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TgD Thunderbolt56
09-14-2004, 01:01 PM
Well, I just spent about three hours at NvNews ( http://www.nvnews.net ) and the forum discussion about drivers can mean whatever you want it to mean. There are people who have great results with driver sets and others who have many issues with the same ones.

I have just about every set of drivers available for my card (61.76, 61.77, 62.20 beta, 65.73, 65.76, 66.00, 66.31) and have been using the 66.00's for a few weeks now with decent results.

The next set of WHQL'd drivers from Nvidia (7x.xx?) should address many of the problems people are having, but I'm curious about which ones 1:C is using for their tests.

TB


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