With some of you running Windows 7 RC now, we’re going to be keeping a list of the latest driver releases for reference.
ATI/AMD Radeon (NEW!)
Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision
- Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision Driver 185.85 Beta for Windows 7
- Nvidia GeForce 3D Vision 185.85 Full Driver CD for Windows 7
Mind you, many of these drivers are still in beta, so don’t be surprised if things aren’t completely stable yet. Don’t forget that Windows Vista drivers are supposed to work just fine.
Of course, to take advantage of some of the new performance tweaks to the way Windows 7 handles desktop video memory, you’ll want to try some of the WDDM 1.1 drivers. As for chipset and SATA drivers, current WDM drivers supplied by your motherboard manufacturer for Vista works well in Windows 7.
That card is 7 or 8 years old!
i mean alot of people say its better than vista, but not xp, but than again, people need to understand that to move forward, you need more resources. i mean how much is 4gb of ram anyway now? $45?
btw all this hate is coming from other forums, not TOMS.
The updated version still comes with CCC 9.4 though but, the drivers are 8.612xxx though so, and Hydravision comes with them as well which aparently it has been awhile for that one. I would link those drivers if, your not.
well screw the time . i do what i do best and i work with what i like . windows 7 is good and xp is old . xp doesnt even work as good as vista or 7 on my new comp anymore . 3 way sli and core i7 is a waste on xp . if i want something easy to play and light , i'll go with linux .