A bit of a late start to the news, hopefully all is forgiven – we were caught up giving away prizes with our Tech Trivia contest .
Now with the shameless plug out of the way – This morning also heralds another prize of sort for the NVIDIA population. The 190.38 that could be found in BETA last week has received WHQL approval and is now released to the public.
The general new features are (some may not be present in Windows XP versions):
- Adds support for OpenGL 3.1
- Adds support for CUDA 2.3 for improved performance in GPU Computing applications. See CUDA Zone for more details.
- Adds a new user-controlled power management setting for select GeForce 9-series and later graphics cards (cards must already support more than one power state). This option allows users to set a performance level for each DirectX or OpenGL application.
- Includes several new control panel features and numerous bug fixes. More information can be found in the release documentation.
- Users without US English operating systems can select their language and download the International driver here.
With this whole new 190 revision, there is a surprisingly length list of release notes, individually divided up by operating system no less, with the Windows XP pdf spanning a brutal 46 pages! As such the release notes are divided into their respective OS’s for download.