Nvidia GeForce 275.33 Drivers Now Available for Download

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hammeredtoast

Man, I always get excited when new updates are applied to my ridiculously expensive hardware!

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Rift2

I just hope the Control Panel settings save in this version I wrote about a complain about the settings they kept on switching to windows default in the control panel on my gaming PC using a EVGA 550ti. I filed a complaint on their mess board and the thread got a 1,000+ views cause I made a big stink about it.

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CTskifreak

Thankfully these came out- the last version messed with my BF:BC2 install - it wasn't allowing me to do 1920 by 1080 at 60hz. These fixed it and I can now play without flickering.

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Biceps

What do us 570 owners get out of it? Happy to see the updates to the NVidia Control Panel and other 'general' improvements.  Awesome!

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DDRDiesel

"Outside of raw performance gains, v275.33 adds a bunch of new features and enhancements, including a new Nvidia Control Panel user interface; automatic SLI, multi-GPU, and AA profile updates that are silently installed to your PC; improved desktop resizing UI; bundled 3D Vision Controller driver; support for new 3D Vision projectors (NEC NP-V300X series); and more."

 

I can't tell you how long I've been waiting for nVidia to include these features.  I'm a bit iffy about the sient installation feature, but everything else just seems perfect (I'd rather install things myself, this way I know what is eating up my CPU cycles).  Correct me if I'm wrong, but shouldn't SLI have been automatic a long time ago?  I don't mean it was always there, because I know it wasn't; I mean it SHOULD have been there this whole time.  Would have saved time and frustration instead of having to muck through the settings and learn how to do it manually.  I can understand why it wasn't always automatic, however; think about people using a multi-GPU setup for something like F@H.  You use one GPU for gaming and general use, and use the second GPU for the processing power of applications like Folding@Home or SETI@Home

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