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Thursday, 28 June 2012 14:45

Nvidia releases WHQL certified Windows 8 RP 302.82 driver

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Bug fixes and 3D Vision for Windows 8


Nvidia has updated its Geforce driver list with a new Geforce 302.82 WHQL-certified drive for Windows 8 Release Preview.

The new Geforce 302.82 WHQL driver supports most Nvidia's Geforce destkop graphics ranging from Geforce 6000 series to GTX 690 as well as wide list of Nvidia notebook GPUs, NVS and Quadro GPUs. In addition to couple of bug fixes in the 302 release, the new 302.80 WHQL driver adds support for Nvidia's 3D Vision via Nvidia Control Panel.

The new 302.82 WHQL driver can only be used on Windows 8 Release Preview and is available in 32- and 64-bit versions.

You can find the 32-bit one here and the 64-bit one here.


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