Nvidia has released a new Full driver CD version 1.20 for 3D Vision owners containing both the GeForce and the 3D Vison drivers version 196.21. What is the most significant change in this driver release is the addition of beta support for Tripple/Quad SLI VGA setups for owners of really high-end PCs (beta means you might still have trouble making it work!). The new driver also support for Alienware OptX AW2310 120Hz LCD monitor and Acer GD245HQ/GD235HZ 120Hz LCDs, although they worked with version 1.18 too. There are also fixes that are supposed to resolve the issues for people having problems with using the Generic DLP mode or CRT displays with 3D Vision (anyone with such please report if they fixed the problem with detection). And as last, there is also a new game profile for the recently released game Dark Void. Please note it is recommended that you disable dynamic shadows for this game!
January 23rd, 2010 · 2 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision
December 16th, 2009 · 10 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision
Nvidia has released a new beta set of drivers with version 195.81 for both GeForce video cards and 3D Vision. As you know the GeForce video drivers do include a 3D Vision driver, but this driver is not the same as the separate 3D Vision driver version 195.81, so after updating the video driver you should also update the 3D Vision driver too! So a better solution will be to just download the Full CD driver v1.19 that contains bot the latest GeForce and 3D Vision driver in one full package. One of the most important things that should be addressed in the new 3D Vision (and I mean 3D Vision and not just GeForce driver!) version 195.81 is that it should fix the 3D Vision display detection for CRT and DLP displays. With the older driver a lot of people reported having problems with their CRT and DLP displays not being recognized as supported by the 3D Vision. So if you had these troubles after you test the new 3D Vision driver please report if now everything works as it should or you still have issues. One thing to note is that this driver version 195.81 does not support the new Acer 1920×1080 120Hz 3D monitors that were recently announced, but until these displays are available on the market a new update should address this issue…