NVidia says Vista drivers are almost here...
Here is a list of the features/fixes to appear in this immanent driver update
-GeForce 7 series SLI support
-GeForce 6 series SLI support
-GeForce 7950 GX2 support (both GPUs are now operational)
Key Bug Fixes
-Improved OpenGL performance
-Improved NVIDIA SLI performance at high resolutions
-Brief corruption (flickering, boxes) on screen at Windows Vista login, CTR-ALT-DEL (Task Manager), or other function that requires Vista User Account Control
-Playback issues when playing TV/DVD/video in Media Center with Aero enabled
-Outputting via TV-Out shows only a black and white display
-HDTV output does not keep HDTV resolution after restart
-Adjusting Video Color settings from the NVIDIA Control Panel are not getting applied.
-Change Flat Panel Scaling page does not correctly work in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
-Brightness, Contrast and Gamma values remain the same in Adjust Desktop Color settings once closing and opening the NVIDIA Control Panel.
-Corruption on DVI monitor while going to hibernation from standby
-Call of Duty 2 has no performance gain when SLI is enabled
-Madden NFL 07 while playing the screen will freeze, but the game will continue to run and you hear the in-game sounds.
-General application compatibility fixes
-GeForce 8800 GTX/GTS
-GeForce 7 series
-GeForce 6 series
Here's to hoping that they are pristine. I am interested to see how well SLI support will work when compared to XP. Heck, I am interested to see how these perform at ALL compared to the current ones.
Nvidia should have already had the Vista drivers ready when Microsoft released the OS.
Behind each and every moves those companies do there is a money question. Im sure of that.
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