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NVIDIA ForceWare 160.03 Beta Pops Up

Discussion in 'News' started by malware, May 7, 2007.

  1. malware New Member

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    Apparently NVIDIA has pulled out new ForceWare BETA driver version 160.03 right after the major official drivers update last Thursday. The new 160.03 will work with Microsoft's Windows XP, 2000 and XP Media Center and supports the GeForce 6, 7 and 8 series. The driver's release date is 27/04/07. Download the new ForceWare 160.03 from here and remember that this is a BETA version. Use at your own risk.

    Source: nV News
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    I have to give Nvidia props, at least they are coming out with new drivers every week or two here lately.
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    Still, these new drivers barely gave us majority improvements. But yea, they're working on it.
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    i have come to wish fewer updates, it's almost like spending my time reinstalling the same piece of software over and over.....BORING !
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    Heh ... i like the end bit Use at your own risk. :p
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    Why do they say that? Because there is a chance your card will get owned?, or because your windows install will get owned?
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    I think it's because your Windows might possibly get owned... drivers..you know.. can't physically hurt the hardware.. .. :wtf: can it??

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