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Monday, 21 May 2007 21:53

Forceware 160.03 for XP leaked

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Fixes the Lost planet


Nvidia
has a new driver and you can find it leaked at Guru 3D. The new driver will fix the issues with lost planet and it has the new control panel. It should come as a WHQL shortly and Nvidia is getting ready as we speak.

We had some issues over the weekend with Lost planet and the earlier version of drivers and you can read that we fixed the issue with a new Quadro driver here.

You can find and try the new driver here.

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