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Old March 1, 2007, 07:45 PM
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Default NVidia says Vista drivers are almost here...

Here is a list of the features/fixes to appear in this immanent driver update

New Features

-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

Products Supported

-GeForce 8800 GTX/GTS
-GeForce 7 series
-GeForce 6 series
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Old March 1, 2007, 10:27 PM
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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.
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Old March 29, 2007, 01:36 PM
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Nvidia should have already had the Vista drivers ready when Microsoft released the OS.
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Old March 29, 2007, 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by r00tman View Post
Nvidia should have already had the Vista drivers ready when Microsoft released the OS.
I agree with that but i suppose it has to do something with money again... ?

Behind each and every moves those companies do there is a money question. Im sure of that.
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