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NVIDIA driver v267.59 for Windows 7/Vista 64bit

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Driver Information


  • Released By: NVIDIA
  • Driver Version: 267.59
  • Operating System: Windows 7/Vista 64bit
  • Driver Date: 2011-03-08 (YYYY-MM-DD)
  • Driver Size: 127.64MB (MD5: 2a76dea0f3b56b40389f072a0da742b9)
  • MS WHQL Certificate: True
  • Setup Files Included: True
  • Languages Included: 28

Information Files (1 files supporting 3 models)


* nv_disp.inf supports 3 models:

[DEV_0DC4] NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450

[DEV_1244] NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti

[DEV_1245] NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450

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Guest dricks

Installed with modified inf to use with a gtx580

Huge FPS boost in dragon age 2 :

DX11 1680x1050 AA4x AF16x VeryHigh HD Textures ON Ambiant occlusion ON

Kirkwall :

267.31 : 35FPS

267.59 : 52FPS

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Soor

Hmmm. Bluescreened, back to 267.24.

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rubertu_24

Oh boy! I've the same card, not even going to test it then. Let's wait for the next version.

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Guest TheRealVisitor

OK guys, why you Geforce 9600M users have to test every new driver and say it is not good or doesn't work for you? What for? Even if it runs, your hardware wouldn't notice a single more fps in games because it is old! That crappy old card is not the focus of the new driver optimizations. Only GF400/500 series.

I got a huge fps boost on my gtx460 in DA2 too.

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Guest davevelo

What I've found is that none of the newer drivers above 263.09 improve performance of the older cards GT: 8600, 9600, 9650, 130m, etc. Some cause BSOD.

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ulfeobar

Installed on my GTX 460M using have disk method. Works like a charm! Thanks much.

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Guest qwas

OK guys, why you Geforce 9600M users have to test every new driver and say it is not good or doesn't work for you? What for? Even if it runs, your hardware wouldn't notice a single more fps in games because it is old! That crappy old card is not the focus of the new driver optimizations. Only GF400/500 series.

I got a huge fps boost on my gtx460 in DA2 too.

maybe because i wan't to play DA2 with DX10 with more than 20fps

anyway i'm glad you know so much about the new drivers, probably you also know which drivers are the best for my 9600M GT ?

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Guest meelo

9600m gt is an old card, but not so crap. you can still play the majority of games at good fps without antialiasing. and using new drivers can lead advantages with new games even with "crappy old cards" (not necessarily framerate improvements). Please don't feed the troll.

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Guest meelo

note: I have a 9600m gt (old card). No blue screens. No problems at all with new games and new gpu drivers. The only problems I found so far is that with latest 267serie drivers, it's doesn't keep saving of 3d settings in nvidia control panel (like AA-AF levels...).

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Guest Wolfman

Hey, I also have a 485m. I looked in the forums and found an entry for modded inf version 4.070 that had some additional gpu entries. I copied and manually added NVIDIA_DEV.0E31.01 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 485M" to the list of GPUs in the inf that came with this driver. It still does not work. Is there anything else I need to add to the inf file?

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