Nvidia Graphics Drivers for Windows 7 Available for Download
Article by George Norman
On 05 Mar 2009
One of the key features that makes users stick with the Microsoft developed Windows operating system is its capability to run a multitude of entertaining PC games. Now that Microsoft is hard at work on its next iteration of the Windows-based OS, Windows 7, graphic cards manufacturers are taking on the challenge of providing adequate graphic cards drivers. Nvidia for example has been closely collaborating with Microsoft so that users who get to test the Beta version of Windows 7 alongside Nvidia hardware take full advantage of what the operating system has to offer.

Corporate Vice President of Windows Product Management, Mike Nash comments: “We expect Windows 7, coupled with NVIDIA’s graphics technologies, to deliver the fundamental performance our mutual customers have come to expect. NVIDIA’s graphics technologies enable applications to take advantage of the visual capabilities in Windows 7 such as manipulating photos, video, and 3D graphics. With the expertise NVIDIA has in visual computing, they have been a key contributor to the development of Windows 7.”

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In related Windows 7 news, it must be said that Windows 7 Build 7048 (the real one, not the fake one purporting as Windows 7 Release Candidate) has made an appearance on torrent sites. This is not an official Microsoft Release; the Redmond software developer only made Windows 7 Beta Build 7000 available for the general public, and it did so for a limited amount of time only.

Getting back to the Nvidia graphics drivers for Windows 7 Beta, here is a list of bits and pieces you can expect to get from the software:
- WDDM v1.1 for GeForce 8, 9, and 200-series DirectX 10 GPUs.
- WDDM v1.0 for GeForce 6 and 7-series DirectX 9 GPUs.
- Direct2D, Direct3D, DirectWrite, and DXVA-HD support.
- Nvidia Cuda, Nvidia PhysX and Nvidia SLI support.

If you would like to get the latest v181.71 Nvidia graphics driver for Windows 7 Beta x32, a download location is available here.
If you would like to get the latest v181.71 Nvidia graphics driver for Windows 7 Beta x64, a download location is available here.

Please note that the download size is of approximately 100MB.



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