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NVIDIA Forceware 196.75 adds anti-aliasing support for Mass Effect 2

Update: Turns out the drivers have a bug in the fan control code that causes them to overheat. As such, I’ve removed the link for now (thanks Voideka).

I’m not normally one to post about a graphics driver update, even if they do excite my eyebrows from time to time, but the WHQL-certified 196.75s for NVIDIA’s GeForce cards includes a fix that allows users to override the AA settings for Mass Effect 2. I believe this renders the executable rename feature of MassAffinity obsolete… but not the program itself. You’ll still need it to get around the silly dual-core slow down bug the game seems adamant on keeping, even after a patch.

NVIDIA DRIVERS 196.75 WHQL [NVIDIA]

~ by Logan on March 2, 2010.

One Response to “NVIDIA Forceware 196.75 adds anti-aliasing support for Mass Effect 2”

  1. Just FYI Nvidia pulled these drivers because they broke fan control and have caused cards to overheat and die.

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