Re: Official GeForce GTX 680 Review and Discussion thread
Originally Posted by Hambone
I just got an EVGA 680 in. I haven't had an Nvida card since the ATI 5800 series came out so I'm totally out of touch.
I'm reinstalling Win7 from scratch right now. I kind of felt the need for a clean install anyway. For this EVGA 680 - should I use EVGA drivers or reference drivers? And are there any tools on the disk that I would want - and, if so, should I even bother with the disk? Usually I just assume any disk has old drivers and go to the net...
no use these (assuming you're installing a 64 bit version of windows 7 - which you should be doing)
- Desktop -
4770k @ 4.45 ghz - ASUS Gryphon Mobo - 16 gigs Corsair Vengeance Pro 1866 RAM - XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 H2o Cooling - EVGA GTX 680 @1325mhz - 128 gig Crucial RealSSD C300 - 150 gig Velociraptor +2.75 Terrabytes of WD Sata 3.0 storage - 910 watt PC P&C PSU - Corsair Obsidian 650D case
- Server -
Core I7 D0 revision 920 @ 3.75 ghz - ASUS P6T Deluxe - 12 Gigs Mushkin DDR3 1600 - Corsair HX 620 PSU - Noctua NH-U9B cooler - Coolermaster WaveMaster Case
- Laptop -
- i7 2630QM - GTX570m @ 750Mhz - 8 gigs HyperX 1866 - 120 gig OCZ Vertex 3 SSD- 750 gig Scorpio Black - BluRay - 95% Gamut Screen - IC Diamond goop