Thursday, April 2nd 2009

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 182.50 WHQL Drivers

NVIDIA today released its GeForce 182.50 driver suite for Windows XP and Windows Vista. This release comes at a time when the company released the GeForce GTX 275 accelerator, making it obvious the driver extends support to it. While the driver doesn't aim bring in application-specific enhancements, it does fix numerous bugs, which invariably may improve product quality. It brings in single-GPU and SLI optimizations for seveal upcoming game titles. For a complete list of changes, refer to the Release Notes documents for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

DOWNLOAD:GeForce 182.50 WHQL for Windows XP 32-bit | Windows XP 64-bit | Windows Vista 32-bit | Windows Vista 64-bit
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7 Comments on NVIDIA Releases GeForce 182.50 WHQL Drivers

#2
Weer
If 182.50 is just being released, how have I been using 185.26 for over a week now?
Btw, it's terrible. Won't let you use more than one monitor.
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BOSE
by: Weer
If 182.50 is just being released, how have I been using 185.26 for over a week now?
Btw, it's terrible. Won't let you use more than one monitor.
185.26 is a Fujitsu-Siemens Hybrid set, and NOT a Nvidia WHQL driver!! :rolleyes::laugh:





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Dual monitor works fine here.
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#5
..'Ant'..
Driver work great nice and stable... :)
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HammerON
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So far, so good ~
Tried installing the 185.65 Beta (twice) and Windows would fail to load :(

Forgot to mention that 182.50 and EVGA Voltage Tuner do not seem to "like" each other. When I run VT it likes to set my voltage at 1000 mV :cool:
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