Nvidia plays Windows 7 tit for AMD’s tat

Graphics company Nvidia replied to AMD’s announcement yesterday that it was first with Windows 7 drivers for Radeons by saying it is first to release WHQL certified drivers for all of its products including PC desktops and notebooks.

Nvidia claimed that Windows 7 in conjunction with its product will provide speed and responsiveness to “delight customers”.

Its 185.85 drivers support Windows 7 display driver model WDDM v1.1, and, said Dwight Diercks, VP of software engineering at Nvidia, include support for SLI, PhysX, 3D Vision and DirectX Compute.

More, he said, people who use Nvidia products will have peace of mind for gaming, video transcoding and “an overall better computing experience on Windows 7”.

Peace of mind is something well worth having, along with tranquility. But never expect modesty from any hardware vendor, because that’s not their forte. The Nvidia drivers are here.

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