New Drivers from Nvidia Add Support for GeForce GTX 560 SE

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Jim Fox

The computer I have with a GTX560Ti is a gaming machine feeding a 62" HD TV, but it's primary use is as a Windows Media Center PC for the TV. I cannot recommend an Nvidia Video Card for a Media Center PC as every so-called driver upgrade makes the card worse instead of better. I'm using a very old Nvidia driver to try to stop the screen from going black for 5 seconds every time I switch between Media Center and the internet. With the latest Nvidia drivers you can't watch live TV without starting and then stopping a recording session to kick it into action.

Nvidia has lost its MOJO.

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LatiosXT

Every driver release I seem to hope that NVIDIA has done Synergy/Optimus for desktops. Maybe I should stop hoping that.

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Peanut Fox

With Intel z68 and the unreleased Z77 offering GPU switching, I don't think nVida has a lot of reason to dive into that. It'd be great for users who aren't on those platforms, but it wouldn't mean anything to them going forward.

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LatiosXT

The Z68 does switching through LucidLogix Virtu, which is kind of flaky at best. Besides that, that Alienware X51 has Optimus, but it's a desktop system.

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