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DSC
06-10-03, 09:32 AM
http://www.warp2search.net/article.php?sid=12606&mode=thread&order=0

Thanks to Warp2search for getting the goodies. It only supports the FX5900 card, so you'll need to modify the inf or use the one from 44.03 to add support for other Nvidia cards.

flu1d
06-10-03, 12:37 PM
they don't seem to install for me.
i have winxp / geforcefx 5800 ultra.

woops, didn't see the "only works with 5900", heh.

Dazz
06-10-03, 12:55 PM
Like he said it only supports the FX5900Ultra.

omv
06-10-03, 03:06 PM
And it appears to be not just an .inf issue - even after faking another card on my GF4Go, the display drivers were not functional.

Skinner
06-10-03, 04:22 PM
Whats the story on the 50xx drivers? are they still gonna bring some sort of performance increase on both 5800 and 5900?

kurt454
06-10-03, 09:38 PM
Originally posted by Skinner
Whats the story on the 50xx drivers? are they still gonna bring some sort of performance increase on both 5800 and 5900?

I thought the 50xx drivers were for Win XP-64?

StealthHawk
06-10-03, 11:20 PM
Originally posted by kurt454
I thought the 50xx drivers were for Win XP-64?

The ones that have been leaked are.

Morrow
06-11-03, 09:19 AM
The 44.xx drivers are already based on the code of the upcoming 5x.xx. Don't expect too much from the soon-to-be-available 5x.xx serie.

Skinner
06-12-03, 09:44 AM
Originally posted by Morrow
The 44.xx drivers are already based on the code of the upcoming 5x.xx. Don't expect too much from the soon-to-be-available 5x.xx serie.

Maybe, but there will indeed be a drastic change with 50xx:

from beyond3d:

During the course of conducting this interview, we received word that NVIDIAs 50.xx series of drivers (beta) have some changes (compared to current 4x.xx drivers) with regards to precision -- from a quality and fidelity point-of-view, it appears to be good news.

R.Carter
06-12-03, 10:37 AM
Originally posted by Skinner
we received word that NVIDIAs 50.xx series of drivers (beta) have some changes (compared to current 4x.xx drivers) with regards to precision -- from a quality and fidelity point-of-view, it appears to be good news.
Perhaps they are removing FP32 support?!

:D