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Download NVIDIA Forceware 182.08 WHQL Vista

NVIDIA Forceware WHQL Vista 182.08 WHQL Vista

By NVIDIA Corporation  (Freeware)
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NVIDIA Forceware WHQL software unleashes the full power and features in NVIDIA's desktop, gaming, platform, workstation, laptop, multimedia, and mobile products. Delivering a proven record of compatibility, reliability, and stability with the widest range of games and applications, ForceWare software ensures the best experience with your NVIDIA hardware.

  • Incredible 3D and video performance for all of your applications.
  • Rock-solid system stability, greater compatibility, and reliability with NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA).
  • Industry-leading features for graphics, audio, video, communications, storage, and security.
  • Robust product support for over ten unique operating systems.
  • Continual product performance and feature updates for the life of your NVIDIA hardware.

This software requires Windows Vista.

Title: NVIDIA Forceware 182.08 WHQL Vista
Filename: 182.08_geforce_winvista_32bit_english_whql.exe
File size: 82.68MB (86,695,184 bytes)
Requirements: Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: March 4, 2009
Author: NVIDIA Corporation
www.nvidia.com
Homepage: www.nvidia.com
MD5 Checksum: 4252A2E7E5C103268B1F4B61C36832BC

Fixed Issues–Windows Vista 32-bit
Multi-GPU Resolved Issues:
• [SLI], GeForce 8600 GT: Fluid Demo (using PhysX)–the application cannot be run
using hardware acceleration when SLI is enabled. [508835]

Windows Vista 64-bit Issues
Single GPU Issues:
• NVIDIA Control Panel: The user cannot create custom resolutions. [496045]
• GeForce 200 Series: Need for Speed Undercover and Dead Space–the applications
cannot be run using a Gateway XHD3000H 30” HD monitor at 2560x1600
resolution. [504637]
• GeForce 200 Series: Photoshop CS4–OpenGL settings are grayed out and cannot be
set for the application.

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