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nVidia Detonator 41.09 Drivers

| Posted: Dec 3, 2002 10:57 am

nVidia has released yet another set of Detonator drivers for Windows 2000 and XP users. These drivers are dated Dec 3 and weigh in at a rather large 16.3mb.


- Compatibility and performance enhancements for Windows XP Media Center Edition


- Up to a 25% increase in performance


- nView™ 2.0 multi-display technology increases productivity and provides the necessary tools to control the way users access and view applications.


- NVRotate™ enabling image rotation on today's advanced flat panel displays.


- NVKeystone™ allows for real-time image correction on portable projectors and heads-up displays.


- Digital Vibrance Control™ allows users to adjust color controls to achieve accurate, bright colors under all conditions.


- New control panel streamlines user interface and enables faster and easier access to all video settings


- Robust Channels enables higher faster performance and better stability for all applications through fail-safe paths in the drivers


- CineFX™ Simulator allows developers to use Cg-"C for graphics"-to write complex shaders in a high level language faster and more easily than before.


- NVIDIA's patented Unified Driver Architecture (UDA) - supports all products in a single driver binary

More information @ Riva3D


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