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Friday, 18 May 2007 11:39

Forceware 94.24 WHQL is out

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Nvidia didn't forget XP and 7 series

 

Nowdays it is all about Vista, DirectX 10 and Geforce 8 series, but Nvidia didn't forget about customers that are still using Windows XP OS and Geforce 7 series. Forceware 94.24 is online as of yesterday.

ForceWare 94.24 is primary here to add support for the Geforce 7200 GS, but it probably gives a performance boost for entire Geforce 7 series, and some games and obviously fix some game errors.

New US version of Forceware drive is 40.7MB and 58.7MB is the International version . It was about time XP and Geforce 7 get a driver update.

If you want to try it you can download it here, directly from Nvidia.


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