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Monday, November 06, 2006
Nvidia Promises Near 2X Performance Boost with New Autodesk 3ds Max 9 and AutoCAD 2007 Drivers


Nvidia released on Monday the NVIDIA MAXtreme 9 D3D and POWERdraft 2007 drivers, developed for 3ds Max 9 software and AutoCAD 2007 software.

The MAXtreme 9 Direct3D performance driver enhances 3ds Max 9 user productivity by allowing professionals to control the application's viewport display quality and real-time rendering speed. MAXtreme 9 is optimized for use with the full line of NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics solutions supporting Microsoft Windows 2000/XP.

POWERdraft 2007, a performance driver for AutoCAD 2007, provides 3D hardware acceleration for Quadro FX graphics solutions running under Windows 2000/XP, replacing the existing driver for improved 3D hardware acceleration.


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