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NVIDIA Buggy?

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Nvidia buggy,

YES! they should make BUGGYS!

because they have screwed up the drivers over and over again!

 

Check out the forums at Nvidia, its a mad house of unhappy customers.

all tests I have run say my card is smoke'n but in real world use its FUBAR!

To bad I dont have the money to sue. OH whoops I didnt read thier EULA.

"If this product stops working for any reason go screw yourself"

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I have used nothing but Nvidia cards since the demise of 3dfx. In all that time I have probably purchased 50 or more nvidia cards and only had one fail and never had a problem with their drivers.

 

Everything from MX200 to current 7600 GT and just about everything in between.

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I have a 6600 in my HTPC (running Windows XP). That particular card is picky with the drivers I use for it. I believe it's the 81 something drivers I have to use with it. If I use any newer drivers, the screen on my SD TV shows up in Black & White (that's no color for you young folks.) I have other nVidia cards that have no issues with new drivers on any of the cards when connected to a regular monitor.

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I have never had a problem with Nvidia cards i am using a 8800gt card still that works very well driver 190.62 WHQL I have been using there top cards a long time

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When I asked if anybody had anything to add, looks like I should have said anything intelligent and civilized to add. :P

 

I take it you are speaking of your own post? :bawling:

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It was 190.38 that EVGA's Level 2 tech support said was crap. Ergo the need for the 190.62 release, apparently. Just goes to show you that no matter how many years they have been at this they still don't have it down pat... and maybe never will.

 

Btw the 190.38 was also WHQL, so apparently that doesn't mean a whole lot...

 

If you have a driver that works with the card then use it. There is no need to upgrade drivers every time they release a new one.

 

In short, if it ain't broke..........leave it alone. ;)

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