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    Forceware 94.24 WHQL is out

    I think this is going to make us all GF7 owners very happy. Nvidia had us waiting like 6 months for a driver update.

    Get'em here:

    http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_2k_94.24.html

    I'm going to download them shortly, will report on performance.

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    Thanks Dan....

    I just installed this new driver.....
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    8xxx series support? Results?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamPWNT
    8xxx series support? Results?
    According to the supported products list, it doesn't support the GF8 series. You guys have been getting new drivers like each week anyway, lol.

    First impressions are good, just as fast as the 93.71 on 3dmark06, and they don't feel any slower in my games.

    I'm going to fire up STALKER right now.

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    It looks like Nvidia has withdrawn these drivers, because apparently they default to the classic CP rather than the new one. Good thing I downloaded them yesterday :P

    (www.tweakguides.com is my source for this information)
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    ive only had this 8800 for about 2 or 3 months, but up till then i ran 91.47 or 91.48 because they gave me the best combination of frames and quality in cod2, what do you guys think of those?
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    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=1991772

    bested my previous high 3Dmark06 score!! I just scored 9491, my opty 185 is at 3G, run my cards at 586/882

    Wish Future Mark was quicker at approving new drivers....would like to post my new score but can't w/o FM approved drivers....guess I have to wait a bit to post up some new scores
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    Now I can't get to the download by going through nVidia's website myself, but I can still get it from the link that Dan posted earlier
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptord
    It looks like Nvidia has withdrawn these drivers, because apparently they default to the classic CP rather than the new one. Good thing I downloaded them yesterday :P

    (www.tweakguides.com is my source for this information)
    Lol, that's pretty ironic since the new one is IMHO crap. I love the old CP.

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    Downloaded and installed, I looked into true video on their website, but now my screen is all messed up again, with the brightness and gamma and whatnot

    Went back to old drivers, config only gave me a auto correct screen, I like old CP better.
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    Running taht driver since sunday, seems as fast as 93.71

    btw, i rather have the old cp then the new one

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