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Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Nvidia releases 64-bit Graphics Driver


Nvidia, has announced the availability of WHQL-certified graphics drivers that support the family Windows 64-bit edition OS.

The Nvidia ForceWare suite of software drivers are designed to work with both, Microsoft's 64-bit and 32-bit operating systems while providing users with updated support and features.

Nvidia claims that it is the first to ship a WHQL Windows XP Professional x64 Edition graphics driver. Its unified driver architecture, the ForceWare Release 70 driver offers 64-bit support to the consumers.

The company said that it has worked with Microsoft and other industry partners to be able to offer full hardware support for the 64-bit architectures and applications in the ForceWare Release 70 drivers.

Nvidia 64-bit technology is compatible with both AMD and Intel architectures.


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