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Tuesday, 30 October 2007 12:20

ForceWare 169.02 is a candidate for WHQL

Written by Sanjin Rados

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For Geforce 8800GT


Geforce 8800GT is a card with no real drivers for it, or rather, it is a card with numerous drivers. Among several drivers that were circulating around the Internet at the time of lauch, Nvidia's site offered ForceWare 169.02, which is also a WHQL candidate.

There would be no complaints if everything had gone well, but there were simply too many problems that aggravated customers. Tests crashing, games not working the way they should – all of these are just some problems that Geforce 8800GT buyers encountered.

Yesterday we tested the Gainward Bliss 8800GT card using the 167.26 driver, and it has proven to be stable in our test configuration. You can read the review here. The new driver is also recommended for Crysis singleplayer game demo.

Last modified on Tuesday, 30 October 2007 18:06
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