Originally Posted by go4life
Think it might have begun for Quadro only, however it seems to have been part of Geforce drivers a long while as well. Found some release notes for over 1year old drivers and it was present there as well. But no settings or anything that I have ever seen for it.
Edit: "mostly learned how geforce and quadro don't get along very well together." Care to elaborate? Do not have much experience with their professional series, and this got me curious!
The control panel looked the same, had a bunch of professional program optimization stuff that it looked like you have to download or something and nview, which I played with for a bit because I wasn't seeing anything else of interest to me. I'm sure the optimizations are of great interest to those that use them but I just game.
Also my os would lock up fast if I stuck that 710 class quadro 410 in my pc with the 780tis. I just wanted to run it a bit and see if I could find some 10 bit displaying program trial to see if my tv did that, but I couldn't get that far with the 780tis and geforce drivers in there. I tried a couple of times since it could still be a physx card but found it easiest to reinstall my os after the drivers got totally borked. Tried using the 410 later on it's own with a pc that never saw geforce drivers and it works fine, like an igpu that can use nView.
My tv has 10 bit decode, but apparently the panel just pretends.
Newer games do a good job of getting rid of the banding though.
Edit: I didn't get the quadro control panel working when I was trying to jam it in with my 780tis, that was later on in the different computer. I just answered in the wrong chronological order since that is how it came up in my head.