NVIDIA releases ForceWare 3.13 nForce drivers

Posted on Monday, Nov 03 2003 @ 20:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA today launched the nForce 3.13 drivers.
  • Download : ForceWare 3.13 nForce drivers (Win2000/XP - 12.9MB - English)
  • Download : ForceWare 3.13 nForce drivers (Win2000/XP - 25.4MB - International)

  • More information here

    Release Notes

    • WHQL certified kit for nForce, nForce2, and nForce3
    • First release of NVIDIA IDE driver for Windows XP and Windows 2000
    • General compatibility fixes
    • Audio Improvements:
      • Realtek ALC655 codec support added
      • Fix for BSOD on loading DLS files
      • Reduced susceptibility to audio glitches under heavy system load; additional fixes for 6 channel GetPosition glitches
      • ASIO support for recording at sample rates other than 48kHz; lower and more predictable latency
      • Fixes for NOLF. The 3D minimum and maximum distance and the roll off factor were not being taken into account for air absorption. Also modified reverb gain so that the max distance was taken into account
      • Fix for EAX reverbs; initialized EAX reverbs to off when querying for the EAX listener interface; updated EAX property handlers to ignore invalid parameters instead of range limiting -- this matches Creative EAX behavior
    Windows XP Driver Versions
    • Audio driver 3.66 (WHQL)
    • Audio utilities 3.66
    • Ethernet driver 3.63 (WHQL)
    • GART driver 3.34 (WHQL)
    • Memory controller driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    • SMBus driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    • IDE In-the-box driver 3.58 (WHQL)
    • IDE 2.0 NVIDIA driver 3.66 (WHQL)
    • Display driver 52.16 (WHQL)
    • Installer 3.77

     

    Windows 2000 Driver Versions
    • Audio driver 3.66 (WHQL)
    • Audio utilities 3.66
    • Ethernet driver 3.63
    • GART driver 3.34 (WHQL)
    • Memory controller driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    • SMBus driver 3.38 (WHQL)
    • IDE 2.0 NVIDIA driver 3.66 (WHQL)
    • Display driver 52.16 (WHQL)
    • Installer 3.77

     



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