A few hours ago, Nvidia released its first drivers to support GPU-acceleration in the prerelease of Adobe’s Flash Player 10.1, making it easier to view full screen online HD video from sites like YouTube, Vimeo and Hulu at significantly smoother frame rates. The drivers are dated November 10th, 2009 and also feature support for Nvidia’s recently launched Geforce GT 240 graphics card, otherwise known as the last Geforce 200-series desktop GPU to launch before Fermi arrives.
The Geforce 195.55 WHQL-candidate drivers include numerous bug fixes from the previously distributed 195.39 beta drivers. For instance, antialiasing modes in Borderlands can now be implemented through the NV Control Panel, poor performance and shadow flickering in Need for Speed: Shift has been resolved, and crashes in 3DMark06 due to Nvidia driver components have been resolved among many other issues.
The drivers can be downloaded here:
Geforce 195.55 WHQL-candidate – Windows XP 32-bit Geforce 195.55 WHQL-candidate – Windows XP 64-bit Geforce 195.55 WHQL-candidate – Windows 7 / Vista 32-bit Geforce 195.55 WHQL-candidate – Windows 7 / Vista 64-bit
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