NVIDIA 91.37 Beta Forceware Drivers

nZone has released an updated beta driver to work with Quad SLI. Basically this driver allows the use of 2 7950 GX2 video cards in one system. Overkill? Maybe, but people will buy the latest and fastest gear. Below is the scoop regarding this release:
NVIDIA Official Beta WinXP & Win2k Forceware Driver
Date: Jul 19, 2006
Size: 32.44Mb
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Version Notes:
This driver is a Beta driver that enables Quad NVIDIA SLI technology, allowing you to put two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards in a single system with an NVIDIA nForce SLI motherboard. This driver is strictly for end user Beta testing with two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards only and is not intended for production
If you own, or are planning to buy, two GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics cards to build your own Quad NVIDIA SLI PC, we encourage you to download the beta drivers here and try them out on your NVIDIA SLI PC. Please follow the steps below in order to properly set up a Quad SLI PC
Driver Package comes with modded nv4_disp.inf to allow whole range of NVIDIA GPU's. Modded .inf provided by Laptop Video2G

NVIDIA has release a new official driver (now WHQL) on their website today. These have been on the net for awhile now actually but for those who want to use an official driver can now do so. Below is the scoop: Official WinXP & Win2k Forceware Driver
Date: Apr 14, 2005
Size: 13.66Mb

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Version Notes:

  • Support for the GeForce 6200 with TurboCache™, NVIDIA PureVideo™, and NVIDIA SLI™
  • Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0c and OpenGL® 1.5 support
  • Resolved problem with overclocking not working when running GPUs in SLI mode
  • For a full list of other issues resolved, please view the driver release notes (PDF)

Official NVIDIA Forceware v67.03 Driver

The drivers from NVIDIA are 14 MB in size, on Guru3D.com server you'll notice a smaller (8 Megabyte) download size due to some better compression. The drivers have been pest and virus checked them and they turn out quite alright which makes sense as they originate from NVIDIA's servers.

Should you give them a try then let us know in our discussion forums what you think about them ! The release notes say that these are the 67.02 but with a single bug with 6600 cards fixed.

For GeForce 256 through GeForce 6 series.