Nvidia releases new XP graphics drivers

— 1:23 PM on May 18, 2007

Nearly six months after its last official release, Nvidia has updated ForceWare Windows XP graphics drivers for its GeForce 6 and GeForce 7 graphics cards. These 94.24 drivers are only available for 32-bit flavors of XP, and they can be downloaded on this page. The drivers introduce support for Nvidia's new GeForce 7200 GS, but Nvidia doesn't appear to have posted the release notes, so it's unclear what bug fixes have made it into the new revision.

For XP users who have upgraded to GeForce 8-series graphics cards, Nvidia has also released a set of ForceWare 158.22 graphics drivers. These drivers are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors of Windows XP, and they support Nvidia's entire line of GeForce 8 graphics cards as well as GeForce 7000 integrated graphics in nForce 630a-based motherboards. The new drivers enable TurboCache memory access for GeForce 8 series graphics processors, and they also fix issues in Far Cry, Rainbow Six: Vegas, and the Nvidia Control Panel. Complete release notes for those drivers are available here.

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