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johnwillimas

Light at the end of the tunnel (NVIDIA & AA)

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If there's anyone out there with anti-aliasing problems using Vista and an Nvidia 8 series video card it's almost certainly worth wandering over to Guru3D.com and finding the latest (Beta) Geforce drivers. I've just installed Forceware 163.67 and now I can run anti-aliasing from inside FS9 - which I couldn't before. seems to have fixed some cursor problems AND given a few more FPS.Definitely a step in the right direction.:-)

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Do these solve the FS AA/AF issues?I FINALLY have my current driver set "pretty good" so I don't want to start going through the driver uninstall/reinstall and config if they don't drastically change things. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated-PaulPrimary RigLiquid CooledIntel C2D E6600 @3.2 gigsAsus P5N32SLI-Plus2 gigs Corsair XMS PC6400 4 4 4 12 @810Dual OC'd XFX 8800GTX @ 2 gigs24 inch Widescreen LCD 16XAA/16XAFDual 19 inch LCD'sRaid-0+1PCPower and Cooling 1k Quad SLIhttp://home.comcast.net/~psolk/3monitorsa.htmlBackup RigAMD 4000 San Diego @ 2.72 Gigs Kingston Corsair XMS CL2XFX 7900 GTX Raid-0psolk.jpg

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What about FS9 on Windows XP using the nvidia 7600 GS 512 MB video card? What driver do y'all suggest using for best performance there?P4 2.4 Ghz Gateway E-41003.5 GB PC3200 DDR 400 Mhz Ramnvidia 7600 GS 512 MB vid cardLG 20.1" widescreen monitor.ThanksPaul.

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