Monday, March 23rd 2009

GeForce 182.46 BETA Drivers Released

NVIDIA today made its GeForce 182.46 beta drivers available on its website. The new drivers bring bug fixes and optimize the installed NVIDIA GeForce hardware for upcoming games. The most notable changes are:
  • Optimized single GPU and SLI support for upcoming PC games
  • Bug fix specific to Windows XP 32bit: GeForce 7 series AGP, GeForce 6 Series AGP: NVIDIA graphics driver
  • cannot be installed
  • Fix specific to SLI: Football Manager 09–the game fails to run properly with SLI mode
  • enabled. [490661]
  • Fix specific to Quad-SLI, GeForce GTX 295: Fear2: Project Origin - when launching the game with Quad SLI enabled, there is brief flash of residual corruption from a previously launched application
  • Fix specific to 3-way SLI and Windows Vista 64bit: nForce 780a SLI, GeForce 9800 GTX: The user cannot switch from Additional display mode to Boost performance mode when the display is connected to the GeForce 9800 GTX GPU
A complete list of changes can be found in the Release Notes document for Windows XP and Windows Vista. Be cautioned, this is a beta release, the use of which is not covered by warranties.

DOWNLOAD: GeForce 182.46 BETA for Windows XP 32-bit | Windows XP 64-bit | Windows Vista 32-bit | Windows Vista 64-bit.
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8 Comments on GeForce 182.46 BETA Drivers Released

#1
newtekie1
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Cool, I'll have to try these when I get home.
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#2
renozi
does anyone know good drivers besides 185.20 that supports auto downclocking on the GTX 295? like if you're just on the desktop not playing games the clocks are 300/600/100 core/shader/mem. 185.20 makes company of heroes all funky and unplayable. =/
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#3
raptori
any one try it with HAWX on DX10 does it solve choppy problems.
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Haytch
by: btarunr
  • Bug fix specific to Windows XP 32bit: GeForce 7 series AGP, GeForce 6 Series AGP: NVIDIA graphics driver cannot be installed
  • Thank God i didnt have that issue with my 6600Gt onwards! Ummmm, does that mean there were people out there that purchased brand new Series 6 or 7 Nvidia cards and could never actually use them ?
    by: raptori
    any one try it with HAWX on DX10 does it solve choppy problems.
    Im not having any choppy problems in either Dx9 or Dx10. HAWX rocks! Missle Away!
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    #6
    Hayder_Master
    "Fix specific to Quad-SLI, GeForce GTX 295"
    i think "fitseries" will be happy for that
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    #7
    raptori
    by: Haytch


    Im not having any choppy problems in either Dx9 or Dx10. HAWX rocks! Missle Away!
    are you kidding you have ATI!! :wtf: so whats the deal I'm talking about Nvidia cards.
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