Go to Nvidia.com and get the 353 drivers.Also go to www.glsetup.com and get some opengl drivers.Follow the instructions,make sure you completly remove your old video drivers and set the drivers for standard vga card then reboot.Install the 353's first reboot then install the open gl's.If you want to OC then get tntclk at cnet.com or where ever.Good luck!
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[This message has been edited by Miless (edited 01-12-2000).]
I've installed the 3.53 drivers onto two friends' TNT cards without trouble. I didn't do much benchtesting other than firing up Half-life quickly, but they sure didn't seem to slow down or have troubles.
Problems that occur with 3.xx drivers for TNT's are with Vsync and with AGP sidebanding etc. etc.
If you subscribe to the Creative newsgroup on the TNT (creative.products.graphics_blaster.riva_tnt on news.creativelabs.com) you'll see that best results for this card occur with driver version 2.08 or 2.40.
For example, on the newly released Soldier of Fortune demo, the readme states that for the Creative TNT the recommended drivers are 2.08.
All I know ronsonk is on the ultra that I have that the new 368"s and 369"s beta suck.I wish I could get another copy of the Detonator 353"s cause I cant find them anymore and I think mine are missing some drivers.:ekk:
I have a set for Creative labs cards that were pulled off the site due to legal action by 3dfx. These are unified drivers for the Banshee, TNT1, TNT2, and TNT2 Ultra. They run glide! I just upgraded from a TNT2 to a geforce and I can still run glide on it... so they do carry over to newer setups.
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