NVIDIA R266.35 Drivers Available for All GeForce Graphics Cards


NVIDIA R266.35, GPU Caps Viewer and EVGA GTX 580
GPU Caps Viewer 1.9.5 + EVGA GTX 580 OC


At last a driver for all GeForce (6, 7, 8, 9, 100, 200, 300, 400, and 500-series desktop GPUs) as well as ION desktop GPUs. R266.35 increases performances in several games as well as for 3-way and 4-way SLI, brings better support of 3D Vision, adds new SLI profiles (like for Alien vs Triangles or Endless City demos). This driver install PhysX System Software version 9.10.0514. More information on the download pages.


R266.35 Downloads



R266.35 is an OpenGL 4.1 driver and exposes 245 OpenGL extensions (GL=222 and WGL=23) and does not bring new ones. For the complete list, see this page: R265.90 OpenGL Extensions.

R266.35 supports OpenCL 1.0 via CUDA 3.2.1 and exposes 16 OpenCL extensions (see here for the list of extensions).

NVIDIA R266.35, GPU Shark and EVGA GTX 580
GPU Shark 0.3.6 + EVGA GTX 580 OC


18 thoughts on “NVIDIA R266.35 Drivers Available for All GeForce Graphics Cards”

  1. Pingback: [NV] NVIDIA 266.35 Beta Drivers Released (All GPUs) - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

  2. JeGX Post Author

    @Psolord: I do the test asap, currently I have a S3 430 GT plugged on my testbed πŸ˜‰

  3. JeGX Post Author

    @Psolord: nothing to do, there is still no SLI support for 3DMark11, at least for my pair of GTX 460.

  4. Psolord

    Same here, Jego. Came home early and checked on my 570s. Pity!

    Oh well. It will become available at some point I guess.

    Nvidia must have a serious grudge with Futuremark me thinks. I bet they are planning their revenge with Crysis 2, lol.

  5. Zibri

    What’s your problem with 3DMark?

    Just add this profile:

    Profile “3DMark11″
    ShowOn GeForce
    ProfileType Application
    Executable “3dmark11.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11cmd.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11demo.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11workload1.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11workload2.exe”
    Setting ID_0x00a06946 = 0x084000f5
    Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
    Setting ID_0x1033cec2 = 0x00000002
    Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000004
    Setting ID_0x1033dcd3 = 0x00000004
    Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02c00005
    Setting ID_0x209746c1 = 0x04280001
    Setting ID_0x20ebd7b8 = 0x00000020
    EndProfile

    And it will use SLI smoothly πŸ˜€

  6. Psolord

    @mareknr

    I was referring to this mate! :)
    http://www.google.gr/search?hl=el&source=hp&biw=1920&bih=923&q=crysis+2+nvidia+2+million&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=

    Don’t get me wrong. I am not enjoying such moves from either side. PC can live without this kind of competition.

    Somebody must do something and start porting PC games to consoles and not the other way around, but that’s another story altogether.

    @zibri
    Thanks. How do I do that? I am new to Nvidia. :S

    /psolord starts googling on adding custom SLI profile

  7. Psolord

    Ok, found this
    http://www.trubritarforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/6591-how-to-enable-sli-in-3dm11/

    Did it, but I don’t see the

    2

    string in the user.cfg file

    Still the benchmark run fine for the graphics tests, but runs like donkey for the combined tests.

    Zibri, found your posts at overclockers. One more guy had the same problem, but I cannot seem to be able to download the predefined .cfg fine that was kindly uploaded there.

    I’ve tried adding the string to various locations of the .cfg file, but 3dmark11 crashes on startup. Obviously I am adding to the wrong sections.

    Does the addition of the string correct the screwed combined tests or not?

  8. Psolord

    Ok last post, sorry for the spaming.

    The solution was very simple really. I just had to manually select two gpus instead of automatic, in the advanced menu-> gpu count. Some times I feel so stupid when the solution stares at me in the eye, lol!

    Here’s my result with everything at stock (i7 860+570 sli). I think it’s time to see how high my 570s go! xD

  9. Zibri

    Sorry.. wrong settings… those settings (profile) seem to crash with latest drivers..
    Here are settings that work for me:

    Profile “3DMark11″
    ShowOn GeForce
    ProfileType Application
    Executable “3dmark11.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11cmd.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11demo.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11workload1.exe”
    Executable “3dmark11workload2.exe”
    Setting ID_0x00a06946 = 0x000000f5
    Setting ID_0x1033cec1 = 0x00000003
    Setting ID_0x1033cec2 = 0x00000002
    Setting ID_0x1033dcd2 = 0x00000004
    Setting ID_0x1033dcd3 = 0x00000004
    Setting ID_0x1095def8 = 0x02400005
    Setting ID_0x10ecdb82 = 0x00000001
    EndProfile

  10. Zibri

    P5394 with two GTX 460 and latest drivers.

    But to be honest, 3DMARK 11 is really BADLY CODED.

    The best benchmark around with comparable results it’s the TROPICS demo (or any other Unigine benchmark)

    I’ll ditch 3dmark. It’s too crappy this time.

  11. Squall Leonhart

    almost all of the opengl2 tests in gpu caps viewer crash.

    opengl 3 and 1.x tests run fine.

    also, running opengl extension viewers tests while caps viewer is running results in low gpu usage

  12. Stefan

    I can confirm the OpenGL2 issues with GPUCV 1.95

    GPUCV 1.94 beta (NOV 3) and final (NOV 5) work fine with this driver.

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