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I'm a NEW Nvidia video card owner, need help finding Drivers

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by jonathan1107, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. jonathan1107

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    Hi,

    I'd like some NVIDIA video card owners to point me to a web link for the NVIDIA drivers. I've found the main drivers for my card... but I'm used to AMD drivers, are there SLI "profiles" like the "CAP" profiles for AMD crossfire ?

    If there are SLI profiles, must I download them seperatly, or they come with the main driver ??
     
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    Last SLI profile they release was in 2009 so as erocker mentioned, just download the latest and go :)
     
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    I know, it was just not "showin" in the thread when I was lookin for it 1hr ago...
     
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    SLI profiles were only done in the experimental stages of SLI. It's all AF mode now (Alternating Frame).

    Some might assume this means SLI isn't as flexible as Crossfire, but it really just allows them to focus all their driver support on one mode that works more consistently.
     

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