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Thursday, 03 May 2007 22:40

Nvidia Forceware 158.22 out

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Geforce 8800 Ultra support


NVIDIA
has released its new 158.22 ForceWare driver and added support for the 8800 Ultra. The current driver only supports GeForce 8 Series.

Nvidia also has a new Vista driver, finally WHQL, and this one is now called 158.18. Nvidia also claims some performance increase in some 3D applications and numerous fixes in many games.

For more information visit the NVIDIA driver site.

 

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