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  1. Two new driver updates have rolled out for those of you who are on Windows 8.1 and are looking for the latest and greatest in graphic performance. Both AMD and Nvidia released drivers for Windows 8.1 and are recommended drivers for the operating system. Nvidia has rolled out the GeForce 331.65 WHQL drivers for Windows 8.1, which offer the "best possible gaming experience" in Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty Ghosts. Nvidia also stated that these drivers will also provide performance enhancements in various games. In fact, this driver increases performance up to 19% compared to the previously released 327.23 WHQL drivers. "In addition, the new 331.65 Game Ready driver is bundled with GeForce Experience v1.7 which includes support for two highly-anticipated new technologies. NVIDIA GameStream provides end users with the ability to stream PC games from their GeForce GTX-equipped PC directly to a SHIELD device. This update also introduces the Beta version of GeForce ShadowPlay, an innovated new game capture tool with exceptional features and performance," Nvidia stated. AMD, on the other hand, has rolled out a new set of beta drivers. The Catalyst 13.11 Beta 6 drivers offers performance improvements in various games such as Batman: Arkham Origins, Total War: Rome 2, Battlefield 3, and more. This driver set also adds support for the newly released AMD Radeon R9 290X and AMD Radeon R9 290 graphics cards. Download Link - Nvidia 331.65 32 bit - Nvidia 331.65 64 bit - AMD 13.11 Beta source: winbeta
  2. Nvidia has officially unveiled its new Tegra K1 mobile chip coming with an impressive 192-core Kepler GPU. The Nvidia Tegra K1 will first come in a combination of that new Kepler graphics chip and a quad-core Cortex A15 (plus one shadow A15 core) in the first half of 2014. The one hugely impressive number that you cannot miss is clearly the 192 cores of the GPU. Someone with little technical background could be impressed when suddenly hearing about a “192-core Tegra K1.” After all, 192 core is a lot more than 4-core or 8-core chips, isn’t it? So, why so many cores suddenly? First and foremost, because of marketing. It’s important to clarify that Nvidia is not talking about CPU cores here. In reality, the Tegra K1 will first arrive with a quad-core CPU, so essentially it’s a quad-core chip. Any comparisons between its 192-core GPU with current quad-core CPU chips would simply be out of context, so do not be fooled by the number alone. Nvidia, however, is in the unique position to be developing a Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) where a lot of the traditional CPU load can be transferred over to the GPU. The Tegra K1 is exactly that, and the 192 cores of the Kepler graphics chip are actually CUDA cores that do some of the lifting that traditionally a CPU would do. Most interestingly, the Tegra K1 gets rid of the ULP GeForce graphics chip it used earlier and replaces it with a desktop class GeForce Kepler graphics. Nvidia showed a presentation slide making it clear that this means convergence on the graphics front and we can expect its future mobile roadmap to match the desktop one. We should once again stress that this first iteration of the Tegra K1 will ship with a quad-core Cortex A15 processor. This is a pure 32-bit ARMv7 instruction set, but Nvidia has actually widened the memory width to 40 bits to avoid the 4GB trap. With a 40-bit memory addressability, devices featuring the first-gen Tegra K1 would have a higher limit for the maximum amount of RAM - 8GB instead of just 4GB. Technically, the Tegra K1 comes after the dual-core Tegra 2, and quad-core Tegra 3 and 4. Nonetheless, "it's almost inappropriate to call it Tegra 5, because it's simply not linear," CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. "It's the most successful architecture we've created." Nvidia detailed a power target of around 5 Watts for the K1, so expect to see this new chip in tablets rather than smartphones. After multiple delays of the Tegra 3 and 4 chips, we really hope Huang and crew have it all figured out now, and we’ll get to see more OEMs embracing the new chip, and that should really up the ante in mobile gaming where the Tegra K1 really shines. Source
  3. There has been quite an uproar over HTC announcing that its One X and One X+ flagships from 2012 won’t be receiving any updates anymore, and for good reason. Its latest update was Android 4.2.2, which arrived more than a year ago. I find it unacceptable that we’re not getting updates at the very least for that 18 months period they promised us for flagship devices (which really should be applied to all devices, but that’s a discussion for another time). I’ve said it before, but that 18 months period of updates, should really refer to Google’s 18 months of updates after the OEM’s phones are launched. So let’s take HTC One X which was launched in spring of 2012, right before Android 4.1. In the 18 months period, Android 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and even 4.4 should be included. This is the 18 months period of updates from Google, and since HTC released its phone right before this period started, this is the updates the HTC One X should be getting (which HTC One X+ should be getting even Android 4.5/5.0). This is not a long period of time for updates. Apple provides updates for twice as long, even if some features are missing, and 18 months is not even the typical full contract period. So your phone won’t even get the updates that came out during your contract period. Something is not right with this system, but let’s say 18 months would be enough. However, OEMs don’t even seem to provide us with that, and some of them, like HTC in this case, only provide us with updates that came out in the year of the phone’s release, and that’s it. But now, HTC is saying that this is Nvidia’s fault because they stopped supporting Android 4.4 for some Tegra 3 chips, which the exception of the version in Nexus 7. If you remember HTC used the same reason with the HTC One S last year, when they said Qualcomm isn’t supporting the Snapdragon S3 chip anymore. Now, I’m not saying HTC is lying, because I believe them, but this seems to be happening quite a lot to HTC, which is why I wouldn’t exactly call them blameless. One way to get suppliers to support their components for longer periods of time is to sign contracts with them to force them to provide upgrades for that long. It’s really no rocket science here, and it happens in all sort of industries all the time. So I’d say that HTC has almost half the blame here. That being said, Nvidia, Qualcomm, and other chip makers need to be forced either by us, smartphone customers, or OEMs (which are their customers), to respect the “Update Alliance” pact – written or not written, it doesn’t matter. It’s the very least they can do for smartphone and tablet customers. Personally, I still think 2 full years of updates (on time, not by delaying one update for a year, and then calling it the end) is the sweet spot, but at the moment I’d take the 18 months if they all made sure it’s something consistent we can all expect for our devices. They all (including smartphone OEMs) have a culture of pumping and dumping their components on the market, without caring about them for very long after that, and that needs to change, and give proper customer support for their devices, which in this case is mainly about updates, whether it’s security updates or feature updates. Source
  4. Two GPUs are better than one ... for $3,000 Nvidia has made the leap to the next generation of graphics cards with the GeForce GTX Titan Z, unveiled at the company's annual GPU Technology Conference. Like the original GeForce Titan card, the Titan Z is "inspired" by supercomputers like the Cray Titan, for which Nvidia supplied some of the components. But unlike its single-GPU predecessor, the GeForce Titan Z is a dual-GPU monster with two Kepler units and 12GB of dedicated frame bugger memory. Nvidia says the Titan Z will help usher in multi-monitor 5K gaming. The supercomputer under your deskThe Titan Z's two GPUs each feature 2,880 processing cores for a total of 5,760 cores between them. The two units run at the same clock speed, which along with Nvidia's dynamic power balancing reportedly ensures that there's no performance bottleneck. And low-profile components and ducted baseplate channels make it run cool and stay quiet, the company said. Nvidia says the Titan Z is perfect for anyone who needs "a supercomputer that you [can] fit under your desk." But don't place your pre-order just yet - the Titan Z will set you back $3,000 (about £1,800, AU$3,280) when it finally launches at an undisclosed future date. :view: Source
  5. I have HP Pavilion DV6-2174-TX Notebook PC which has no official support for Windows 8 from HP.But i downloaded drivers from here and it worked for Windows 8.After i clean installed Windows 8.1 Pro with WMC,i tried the driver for Nvidia GeForce 105M Graphics card from Windows update as well as from Nvidia website.I experience random BSODs Even if i don't install/update the driver i get BSOD?I tried Driver Magician but resulted in BSOD.BSOD is always related to Nvidia driver. Do you suggest any reliable software for updating my driver? Does anyone the way to install Win 8 driver on WIn 8.1?
  6. Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) 12.0 (beta) A highly intuitive and efficient software application that enables users to quickly uninstall their NVIDIA and AMD display drivers! Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility that can help you completely uninstall AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. The current effect after you use this driver removal tool will be similar as if its the first time you install a new driver just like a fresh, clean install of Windows. As with any tool of this kind, we recommend creating a new system restore point before using it, so that you can revert your system at any time if you run into problems. This tool act similar to what Driver sweeper do + the extra mentioned above.If you have problem installing older driver or newer one, give it a try as there are some reports that it fix those problems. RECOMMENDED USAGE :The tool can be used in Normal mode but for absolute stability when using DDU, Safe Mode is always the best and using the button (Clean+restart) are the recommended options.You do NOT need to uninstall the driver before using DDU. What's New in This Release (Version 12.0 beta):Support for AMD Catalyst 14.1 (Mantle)Partly rewrite of the Control/Video section of the registrySome AMD folders were not removed because of some leftover inside (Hydravision)Fixed the removal of the AMD Audio bus that could have also removed some soundcards on a AMD motherboard based Chipset.Portuguese language Update. (Credits to DiRgE )Requirements: .NetFramework 2.0 +Supports WindowsXP up to Windows 8.1, 32/64 bits supportNvidia / AMD (Enduro not completely supported yet), Preliminary Intel Support. HomePage Download | 1.5MB (Freeware)
  7. Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) 11.3 A highly intuitive and efficient software application that enables users to quickly uninstall their NVIDIA and AMD display drivers! Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility that can help you completely uninstall AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. The current effect after you use this driver removal tool will be similar as if its the first time you install a new driver just like a fresh, clean install of Windows. As with any tool of this kind, we recommend creating a new system restore point before using it, so that you can revert your system at any time if you run into problems. This tool act similar to what Driver sweeper do + the extra mentioned above.If you have problem installing older driver or newer one, give it a try as there are some reports that it fix those problems. RECOMMENDED USAGE : The tool can be used in Normal mode but for absolute stability when using DDU, Safe Mode is always the best and using the button (Clean+restart) are the recommended options.You do NOT need to uninstall the driver before using DDU. What's New in This Release (Version 11.3):Added the removal of the AMD High Definition Audio BusParty rewrite of the Installer/Product, updagradecodes, features, components on the different registry regions. (Nvidia / AMD)Now when DDU restart into safemode, it is now using Safemode with NetworkingCleanUP of Some shellEx extension leftovers.Requirements: .NET framework 3.5 Required. HomePage Download | 1.5MB (Freeware)
  8. Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) 12.6.4 A highly intuitive and efficient software application that enables users to quickly uninstall their NVIDIA and AMD display drivers! Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility that can help you completely uninstall AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. The current effect after you use this driver removal tool will be similar as if its the first time you install a new driver just like a fresh, clean install of Windows. As with any tool of this kind, we recommend creating a new system restore point before using it, so that you can revert your system at any time if you run into problems.This tool act similar to what Driver sweeper do + the extra mentioned above. If you have problem installing older driver or newer one, give it a try as there are some reports that it fix those problems. RECOMMENDED USAGE : The tool can be used in Normal mode but for absolute stability when using DDU, Safe Mode is always the best and using the button (Clean+restart) are the recommended options. You do NOT need to uninstall the driver before using DDU. What's New in This Release (Version 12.6.4): Modified some msgbox. Do NOT auto-select the Intel card when a Nvidia or AMD card is also present Close the application when we click YES to the update question. Fixed a bug on win 7 that prevented opening the browser when clicking yes for updates. Workaround folder permission when they cannot be removed. AMD and Nvidia.(permission / readonly). Translations New/updates (Dutch : Elite3540) Minor general fix / enhancement in the code. New Credits to nedooo` for the time he took finding that Avast DeepScreen Could cause issue with DDU.(unfixed, may need to contact Avast about this) Requirements: .Net Framework 2.0 + Supports Windows XP up to Windows 8.1, 32/64 bits support Nvidia / AMD (Enduro support need more work), Preliminary Intel Support. HomePage Download | 1.51MB (Freeware)
  9. Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) 12.9.6.0 A highly intuitive and efficient software application that enables users to quickly uninstall their NVIDIA and AMD display drivers! Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility that can help you completely uninstall AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. The current effect after you use this driver removal tool will be similar as if its the first time you install a new driver just like a fresh, clean install of Windows. As with any tool of this kind, we recommend creating a new system restore point before using it, so that you can revert your system at any time if you run into problems.This tool act similar to what Driver sweeper do + the extra mentioned above. If you have problem installing older driver or newer one, give it a try as there are some reports that it fix those problems. RECOMMENDED USAGE : The tool can be used in Normal mode but for absolute stability when using DDU, Safe Mode is always the best and using the button (Clean+restart) are the recommended options. You do NOT need to uninstall the driver before using DDU. What's New in This Release (Version 12.9.6.0): DDU now create an optional System Restore point Additional AMD CleanUP (Mainly the AMD HD Audio Bus) Additional nVidia and Intel CleanUP New saved configurations that won't be lost when upgrading DDU. Additional driver store removal for olders driver / some computer brand (HP/ATI). Fixed the Paypal donation button, it was opening the browser with system privilege Requirements: .Net Framework 2.0 + Supports Windows XP up to Windows 8.1, 32/64 bits support Nvidia / AMD (Enduro support need more work), Preliminary Intel Support. HomePage Download | 1.58 MB (Freeware)
  10. Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) 12.3 A highly intuitive and efficient software application that enables users to quickly uninstall their NVIDIA and AMD display drivers! Display Driver Uninstaller is a driver removal utility that can help you completely uninstall AMD/NVIDIA graphics card drivers and packages from your system, without leaving leftovers behind (including registry keys, folders and files, driver store). The AMD/NVIDIA video drivers can normally be uninstalled from the Windows Control panel, this driver uninstaller program was designed to be used in cases where the standard driver uninstall fails, or anyway when you need to thoroughly delete NVIDIA and ATI video card drivers. The current effect after you use this driver removal tool will be similar as if its the first time you install a new driver just like a fresh, clean install of Windows. As with any tool of this kind, we recommend creating a new system restore point before using it, so that you can revert your system at any time if you run into problems.This tool act similar to what Driver sweeper do + the extra mentioned above.If you have problem installing older driver or newer one, give it a try as there are some reports that it fix those problems. RECOMMENDED USAGE :The tool can be used in Normal mode but for absolute stability when using DDU, Safe Mode is always the best and using the button (Clean+restart) are the recommended options.You do NOT need to uninstall the driver before using DDU.What's New in This Release (Version 12.3):Disabled DDU CleanUP if AMD Enduro Laptop is Detected until DDU correctly support its removal.Nvidia cleanup order reorganisationWorkaround to not let the O.S rebooting infinitely into safemode when the normal procedure fail to set it back to normal.Some tiny leftover Nvidia removalNew Language : Greek (Thanks to George T. Markakis)Requirements: .NetFramework 2.0 +Supports WindowsXP up to Windows 8.1, 32/64 bits supportNvidia / AMD (Enduro not completely supported yet), Preliminary Intel Support. HomePage Download | 1.5MB (Freeware)
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