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NVIDIA Web Driver Updater

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Hi InsanelyMac community!

 

Our developers are proud to present you their last great application, NVIDIA Web Driver Updater.

 

This application will enable you to search for the latest NVIDIA Web Drivers online and download the standard package from NVIDIA.

 

The downloaded package is modified on the fly to remove the hardware restriction, so you can immediately install the new drivers on your hackintosh!

 

You can download the application on our Download Section.

 

We're looking forward to your feedback in the support topic!

 

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Can you elaborate how this differs from traditional Nvidia update method through their app?

I don't use Nvidia drivers as my cards work ootb for Mac but I'm just curious to know for the future

 

Thanks.

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Hi wolfie81

 

I'll take Asgorath's words to answer you as simple as possible

 

The most obvious usage is the fact that this app will automatically find beta drivers for Developer Preview OSes etc. It's also useful if you don't already have the driver installed and want to find one for the first time. Otherwise, yes, the built-in updater should work fine. Nice to have an alternative just in case though.

 

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@fantomas1, salut Fantomas1, c peut etre une question que l'on t'a posé plusieurs fois, mais peut-on avoir une liste complete des cartes supportées par ce drivers ? et, est-ce que c'est compatible avec la GTX-670 ?

 

En te remerciant pour ton travail

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@warback

 

we're planning to add a new pop-up describing nvidia graphics cards supporting

 

in the meantime, here is the official list of supported graphics cards

 

 

GeForce 600 Series:
GeForce GTX 680

GeForce 200 Series:
GeForce GTX 285

GeForce 100 Series:
GeForce GT 120

GeForce 8 Series:
GeForce 8800 GT

Quadro Series:
Quadro K5000 for Mac, Quadro 4000 for Mac

Quadro FX Series:
Quadro FX 4800, Quadro FX 5600

 

 

This list is only for Apple products but in reality, the list is much longer than that and to have a more complete list, we have to count on members feedbacks

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