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I currently have the 6.66 drivers installed and have had no problems with my rig, but I know that there are updated drivers now that I can download. Should I do so? Also, can you fellas tell me which version, either the n-Force4 AMD Edition or the nForce4 AMD/Intel X16 edition should I be using with my rig specs? Thanks

 

 

http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_wi...4_amd_6.69.html

 

http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp64_x16_6.82

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Unless you are having problems with the current ones, or unless someone can prove that the new ones are better in some way (more performance or stability), then I suggest not to fix something that isn't broke.

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, or unless someone can prove that the new ones are better in some way (more performance or stability), then I suggest not to fix something that isn't broke.

i agree with that

but.....i couldnt use the ide drivers from the previous version and now i can with this new ones...

anyway...on my other mobo i still use the "old" ones without any issues...

 

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Thanks guys, can you clue me in on why I wouldn't/shouldn't use the x16 version?

You dont have a NF4x16 chipset is the best reason. And hopefully you do know not to use the 6.70 drivers as one poster put up as you show to be running Win64.the newer drivers supposedly help with the newer GFX drivers. The 6.69 drivers are what you would use.

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