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gostyuk
gostyuk: maybe it is 64MB Dedicated, 256MB Turbo Cache? If it report 64Mb before it is a bug maybe

yes its 64 MB dedicated 256 MB turbocache.but as you can see is shows i have 767 MB shared :) .nice too know i have such a good card :P )...anyway better then before.And i did not detect any other problems except this one...and i am not sure but with version 180.XX it was the same :)

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Guest OCG

8800M GTX + Vista x64 = a no go. Seemed okay to begin with, but soon after consistently crashed at boot, even in safe mode. I was lucky to save my computer...

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Papa Midnight

nVIDIA 9700M GT. Running fine after reboot. Advanced Timing page enabled. GPU-Z reports everything is running correctly. Unlike 184.10, actually shows my Bus Interface and Link Interface at x16 and x16 instead of x16 and x1. Big thanks for this driver.

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Guest CA36GTP

So far so good running Vista x64 w/ 9800M GS. Will post again if I find any issues...

Glad I found this place, ASUS hasn't updated their drivers since the 5th November :)

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Papa Midnight
So far so good running Vista x64 w/ 9800M GS. Will post again if I find any issues...

Glad I found this place, ASUS hasn't updated their drivers since the 5th November :)

And even then those drivers are terribly dated.

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Guest Mur

Agree 8800 GTX + Vista 64 (or server 2008 in my case) is having an issue with these drivers, constantly stop working and freezing.

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chronek
yes its 64 MB dedicated 256 MB turbocache.but as you can see is shows i have 767 MB shared :) .nice too know i have such a good card :) )

shared memory it is not card ability i think Vista reserve, manage & allocate memory available to video & system thru DX10 for textures to keep or prevent from loss of performance

"Shared System Video Memory: the portion of available system ram that the graphics system can borrow IF / WHEN it is available."

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tompken

Just to let everyone know - there are the FIRST driver for my Qosmio G40-11D @ Vista64 which let me use:

- Badaboom with AVCHD (Hooray!)

- Purevideo HD with most x264 4.1 and 5.1 profile movies (Hooray!!)

- FINALLY I can enable 59 and 60Hz on my HDMI Tv Out *

* - With ALL the previous drivers - including Toshiba's ones - I only seen 23-30 Hz as possible choices. Obviously the image quality was crap. Now I have smooth 60Hz, but in a box which takes around 10% of the screen. I checked my TV menu and it says that the video signal is 1920x1080@60Hz, so I suppose this black frame is a part of what's being sent by my notebook. This issue is not closed for me, then, but at least I can see a ray of light in the distance **

** - When I select 23-24Hz the black frame is gone and I have perfect 1:1 scaling. But in 23Hz...

Happy new year everyone!

OUCH! It seems like there's no HDCP in those drivers?

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ngohuyvn

bad driver for my 8600M GT. IT run very slow. i think 18x.xxx not for 8600M GT.

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