Category: geforce

197.13

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197.13 was released on March 17, 2010 for for Windows XP,  Windows Vista and Windows 7. This driver resolves fan speed issues reported with version 196.75 drivers. NVIDIA asks that you remove 196.75 drivers and update to either 196.21 WHQL drivers or to this 197.13 WHQL-candidate driver. New in Version 197.13 Adds support for Next …

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196.75 WHQL

Zotac 8600 GT with popped Teapo capacitors

196.75 was released on March 2, 2010 for for Windows XP,  Windows Vista and Windows 7. The 196.75 driver has been withdrawn by NVIDIA due to a defect that locks the GPU fan at 30% regardless of operating temperature. NVIDIA: We are aware that some customers have reported fan speed issues with the latest 196.75 …

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196.21 WHQL

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196.21 WHQL was released on January 19, 2010 for Windows Vista and Windows 7. Adds SLI and multi-GPU support for many top new gaming titles including Avatar Demo, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, City Bus Simulator, Dirt 2, Ferrari Virtual Race, GREED: Black Border, Mass Effect 2, Mortal Online, Ninja Blade, Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising Demo, …

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195.62 WHQL

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196.21 WHQL was released on November 26, 2009 for Windows XP,  Windows Vista and Windows 7. Adds GPU-acceleration for smoother online HD videos with the new Adobe Flash 10.1 beta. Learn more here. Adds support for GeForce GT 240. Adds support for OpenCL 1.0 (Open Computing Language) for all GeForce 8-series and later GPUs. Adds support …

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93.71

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93.71 was released on November 2, 2006 for Windows Windows 2000/XP. The old GeForce2 MX series cards from the old AGP period are long ago in legacy. CARDS SUPPORTED GeForce2 MX onwards

96.95 WHQL LEGACY

ASUS EN6200LE TC256/TD/64M

96.95 was released on October 17, 2006 for Windows Vista. The old 5000 series cards from the old AGP period are long ago in legacy. The PCI Express versions of these cards are also long ago in legacy. It’s possible to use the old Vista driver with more recent versions of Windows so an old …

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HDMI

HDMI2.0

HDMI was designed to fix the problems with DVI and HDCP along with adding audio. This make the cable and connector more desireable for television and multimedia computers. Over time HDMI with the backing of the entire industry helped make sure it was the done right. HDMI works which is what consumers want. HDMI 1.0 …

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