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First post, by eL_PuSHeR

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Game Ready for Valorant
The new Game Ready Driver provides the latest performance optimizations, profiles, and bug fixes for Valorant. In addition, this release also provides optimal support for Minecraft Dungeons, Disintegration, and Crucible.

Windows 10 x64 standard driver

Windows 10 x64 DCH driver

Downloads

Beta drivers

NOTE: Beta drivers are meant to solve problems with newer titles.

355.60 Windows 2000

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Reply 1 of 75, by DosFreak

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Wow. The latest dets are around 20mg.

0.48 Dets from 11/17/98=685kb.

heh.

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Reply 7 of 75, by laxdragon

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None of the boogs really affect me. Since I'm running good ATM I will hold off until the next release. Not that upgrading should break anything though.

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Reply 8 of 75, by franpa

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why did you unstickie my thread then sticky your own that says basically the same thing? oO

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Reply 9 of 75, by dh4rm4

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93.71 seem the best drivers for 6 and 7 series cards at present. These new ones have a broken new CPL and no PureVideoHD support in XP - any variant thereof. I've tested many many drivers with my 7800GT and I seriously have found 93.71 to be the best performers all round, including VC-1, x.264 and WMV HD acceleration.

Reply 10 of 75, by SysGOD

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i agree with dh4rm4. the default 93.71 drivers are the best for geforce 6 and 7 cards under winxp when it comes to performance and image quality.
but i personally use modified XTREME-G drivers for a long time. currently using the XG 158.22 drivers under winxp with my 7900gs (agp) and there are very great.

ive heard that nvidia has problems with some winxp 9x.xx releases and the "new" control pannel but this is definitively fixed in all 1xx.xx releases...

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btw, the thread title should be renamed to forceware not "nforce"... 😉

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Reply 11 of 75, by franpa

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http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_162.15.html
http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_downloads_r … betadriver.html

ForceWare Release 162
Version: 162.15
Release Date: June 26, 2007
Beta driver

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Reply 13 of 75, by MiniMax

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Marketing guys kissed the VP's butt?

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Reply 15 of 75, by dh4rm4

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Marketing guys have little to do with version numbering at nV. It's more likely that the newer revisions are a 'step away' from the 150 dets. I can say that they have some major distinctions, the least of which are integrated PureVideoHD support for XP (even though nV say that it's only supported in Vista, my XP gets between 8-15% CPU usage when using WMP11 and DirectX video Acceleration, around 30% without DxVA) and complete lack of support of the old control panel (reg hacks won't even bring it back for 160.xx).

Reply 16 of 75, by franpa

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i never knew there was 15x.xx drivers for winXP, i only new of the 93.71 and 94.24 >.>

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Reply 18 of 75, by franpa

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ya, i meant 93.71 >.>

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Reply 19 of 75, by franpa

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with the 162.15 beta drivers i noticed that about every 30 minutes or so theres this weird video glitching, like the edges flicker into big fat square pixels for a few short seconds.

any idea at all at solving this? besides this which so far has not caused anything to crash yet, what can be done beside downgrading the driver?

i got a geforce 6600gt jetway 128mb pcie vid card.

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