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[GeForce.com] 301.10 WHQL Driver for GTX 680 (modified .inf file required for non-600 cards)

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http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/42929

inf: http://www.mediafire.com/?3oxgkolx07i30a2

inf (for English-only Driver): http://shadowdane.com/public/nv_disp.inf
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GeForce R300 drivers introduce several new industry-leading gaming features and will be released using versions 300.xx to 301.xx.

New Feature Summary:

NVIDIA GPU Boost Technology – dynamically maximizes clock speeds based on workload of the game to push performance to new levels and bring out the best in every game. Learn more on GeForce.com.


Enjoy!

EDIT: Install Instructions:

Extract the driver package, place the downloaded .inf file in the Driver.Display folder and then run the setup.

Enjoy the new features! (adaptive VSync seems to work very well).
Edited by SlackerITGuy - 3/27/12 at 12:44pm
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I have a quick question.
What is "adaptive" Vsync?
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I have a quick question.
What is "adaptive" Vsync?

A new feature released by NVIDIA with the R300 driver branch, it automatically disables Vsync should the frame rate dip below the monitor’s refresh rate, then re-enables it once performance climbs back above 60fps. The result is the elimination of image tearing that standard Vsync delivers when frame rates are above 60fps, and none of the judder when frame rates dip below 60fps.
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I have a quick question.
What is "adaptive" Vsync?

adaptive vsync is when you have vsync enabled and the card/drivers will detect when you loosing frames and overclock your card to keep those frames up for you.
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I have a quick question.
What is "adaptive" Vsync?

It disables vsync if your FPS is under your monitors refresh rate, and enables it if its above.
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Vsync is general is bad news. Introduces too much input lag.
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adaptive vsync is when you have vsync enabled and the card/drivers will detect when you loosing frames and overclock your card to keep those frames up for you.

That's actually GPU Boost mate, check my post regarding Adaptive VSync: http://www.overclock.net/t/1232734/geforce-com-301-10-whql-driver-for-gtx-680-modified-inf-file-required-for-non-600-cards#post_16780764
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so us GTX 580 owners can run these by modifying some files??
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so us GTX 580 owners can run these by modifying some files??

Every non legacy NVIDIA card will be able to run this set by downloading/installing the modified .inf.
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