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VISTA x86 <a href="http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x86_96.85.html" target="_blank">here</a><br />
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VISTA x64 <a href="http://www.nvidia.com/object/winvista_x64_96.85.html" target="_blank">here</a><br />
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All the cards since FX5xxx are supported, they're expected to bring the performance level on par with XP.
 

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NVIDIA has released the following WHQL certified drivers for use with Windows Vista RC2 that will enable you to test the basic features and capabilities of the new operating system. Windows Vista RC2 and NVIDIA drivers are still Beta and are not officially supported.

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</div>So you can only test basic features ? And can't you do this without the drivers?
 

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This is an update to the BETA drivers nVidia had on their site since 2 months ago. <br />
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Since they are an update it's most certain they're gonna be better, not worse than the previous drvs. The former Vista drivers brought ~10% perf penalty on D3D apps and it's been said that's not the case any more with the new drv.
 
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