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91.29 or 91.31 anyone

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by vocch, 5 Jun 2006.

  1. vocch

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    both drivers are out and just downloaded....here's some info i found on them

    91.29
    • Added noise reduction post processing
    • Added image sharpening post processing
    • Improved inverse telecine algorithm
    • Improved de-interlacing algorithm
    • Improved compatibility with third party MPEG-2 decoders
    Color Temperature Correction
    • Allows users to compensate for monitor gamut differences
    • Enhances color correctness of video
    • Video Gamma Enhancement to include RGB gamma adjustment
    • RGB Gamma for VMR9
    • Allows users to tweak gamma in channels separatel

    1. Video processing improvements are seen in higher HQV benchmark scores.

    Release notes 91.31
    ForceWare Graphics Drivers

    Issues Resolved in Version 91.31

    The following are changes made and issues resolved since driver version 91.28:

    Single-GPU Issues Resolved

    • NVIDIA Control Panel: SLI Antialiasing option is erroneously visible
    at the 3D Settings->Manage 3D Settings page.
    SLI AA settings are now available in the Antialiasing Settings control.
    Selecting SLI AA will override the predefined SLI rendering mode for
    applications with a profile.


    • NVIDIA Control Panel: The 3D preview image in the Adjust Image
    Settings with Preview page does not update when "Balanced" is
    selected on the slider.
    • NVIDIA Control Panel: The Red/Green/Blue Color settings are not
    saved when closing and then re-opening the panel.
    • Improved mouse performance on Oblivion.
    • GeForce 7950 GX2, NVIDIA Control Panel: 8x and 16xS antialiasing
    settings on application profiles are not saved when closing and
    reopening the control panel.
    • GeForce 7950 GX2, Windows XP Professional x64, NVIDIA Control
    Panel: An error message appears when opening the Adjust Image
    Setting with Preview page.
    • GeForce 7950 GX2, NVIDIA Control Panel: After selecting “Alternate
    frame 2” from the Multi-GPU performance mode list box, the setting
    reverts to “Alternate frame rendering” when reopening the panel.
    • GeForce 7900 GTX: WMV content is corrupted when played in
    overlay mode.
    • GeForce 7900 GT/GS: Model position graph editor response is slow in
    the Lightwave 8.5 Layout workbench..
    • GeForce 7800, NVIDIA Control Panel: "Always run fan at highest
    speed" option in the Adjust Overclock Settings page is not accessible.
    • GeForce 7300 LE/GS: The HD file "PBS - Omaha Zoo RR.mpg" shows
    corruption when played after playing an inverse telecine clip.
    NVIDIA Corporation

    Release 90 Driver Issues Issues Resolved in Version 91.31

    • GeForce 6600 GT: “Cannot play file” error occurs when attempting to
    play an MPEG file with Full-screen Video Mirror enabled under
    nView Clone mode.
    • GeForce 5200 FX: 709 colorspace not properly displayed on high-
    definition content.
    SLI Technology Issues Resolved

    • [SLI]: SLI performance is evident on bridgeless boards only if
    antialiasing is enabled using the driver control panel.
    • [SLI]: Cold War, protected with Star Force, does not respond to SLI
    multi-GPU mode.
    • NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 X2, SLI: After enabling SLI, the SLI menu
    disappears from the classic NVIDIA control panel.
    • Windows XP Professional x64, NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500, SLI: The
    system freezes after enabling SLI and Frame Sync.
    • NVIDIA Quadro FX 4400, SLI Workstation: There is no video when
    running the Sleeper test.
    • GeForce 7950 GX2, SLI: Oblivion hangs with SLI mode enabled.
     
    Last edited: 6 Jun 2006
  2. dairymasta

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    These drivers are for all geforce cards right? :S
     
  3. Indy500

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    From another forum:

     
  4. vocch

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    Yes they are mate...the only ones are not supprted are as follows. :)

    TNT2, TNT2 Pro, TNT2 Ultra, TNT2 Model 64 (M64), TNT2 Model 64 (M64) Pro, Vanta, Vanta LT, GeForce 256, GeForce DDR, GeForce2 GTS, GeForce2 Pro, GeForce2 Ti, GeForce2 Ultra, GeForce2 MX Integrated graphics, Quadro, Quadro2 Pro, Quadro2 EX
     
  5. Indy500

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    I wouldnt bother if you have anything older than Geforce 6.
     
  6. vocch

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    Can't comment on these yet..but you will allways see the unlucky one's having trouble.....but if you want positive here's from another forum. :D

    GOOOD GOD in GTA SAN (with some modded cars high texture stuff ...) the frame rate went UP !!! for about 5-10 FPS !!!! unbelievable

    I test with the same savegame doing the same stuff (played that game a lot)

    went from 50 fps to 65 sometimes 60 fps at the same moments of the game !!!

    I play at: 1280x1024 full AA set in the game; TAA Supersampling, Vsync off ....

    I set the CP to standard and make sure to use the same settings as before (with 91.28)

    tested it some more SAME results !!! FPS increase 5-10 FPS and the IQ increase was noticeable in GTA SAN ... I use moddified cars (made by other users that are HIGHLY detailed) and believe me if I use those cars I get for every minor detail it has to like it so I know what to look for and the IQ is better with this driver !!!
     
    Last edited: 6 Jun 2006
  7. Indy500

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    I know, just saying upgrading immediately isnt always smart, and new drivers arent optimised for old cards.
     
  8. vocch

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    Quite right...but i have allways upgraded to new drivers and not a problem to date....as long as it's done properly. :)
     
  9. Sir Random

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  10. vocch

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    Thanks for posting the link Sir Random....was not sure if i could post link's or not to other sites. :)
     
  11. Indy500

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    OCUK sell Nvidia cards, theyre not a competitor. ;)
     
  12. Nikolic

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    How comes there's been sooo many driver releases - but non offical since 84.21?
     
  13. Cyber-Mav

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    only drivers i ever bother to upgrade to are whql signed official drivers. everything else is considered to be beta to me.
     
  14. sunlitsix

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    they tend to be leaked beta's
     
  15. Sir Random

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    Whenever a new card is released, the drivers on the CD are usually newer than the official ones, so websites like Guru3D upload them as beta drivers.
    I think these 91.31's are taken from the new 7950 GX2 CD.