ForceWare 195.39: NVIDIA’s First Graphics Drivers with Public OpenCL Support

NVIDIA Display drivers - ForceWare 195.39

This is the first set of display drivers (for GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, 100, and 200-series desktop GPUs and ION desktop GPUs) that brings the public support of OpenCL (Open Computing Language). Currently OpenCL was only available in a special version (R190.89). Keep in mind that OpenCL (GPU version) is limited to GeForce 8 and later GPUs. This release includes also over 200 bug fixes. From the release notes, R195.39 adds the support of GeForce GT 240M, GeForce GT 230M, GeForce GT 220M and GeForce G 210M.


9 thoughts on “ForceWare 195.39: NVIDIA’s First Graphics Drivers with Public OpenCL Support”

  1. JeGX Post Author

    Damn! I downloaded the Vista 32-bit version but I need also the XP one!!!
    Why did they do that?

  2. applejack

    ok they are back on now, date was changed to 30/10 (today)
    although I heard files are the same as before.

  3. JeGX Post Author

    I received this news from Futuremark Games Studio:

    “Yesterday NVIDIA released a new set of beta drivers (NVIDIA Forceware 195.39 Beta). Unfortunately many games, including Shattered Horizon, suffered a performance drop with these drivers and NVIDIA has since removed them from their website.”

  4. Stefan

    Here are the new OpenGL extensions for SM 4.1/5.0 😉


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