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Beam
8th October 1999, 01:33
This is a copy from www.3dnews.net (http://www.3dnews.net) regarding
drivers from dell i just wonder if anyone
tried these drivers.

According to VE, Dell has released some new G400 drivers that aren't "rehashed" Matrox drivers, but that include improvements
in speed, stability, and robustness. Even though they're from Dell, they should work on any full-featured G400 card.

Matrox wrote..

Those drivers offer an improvement in speed over the WHQL certified drivers available on our site but are not as performant as our latest drivers at http://www.matrox.com/mga/drivers/latest_drivers/home.htm

Here is a link to dell drivers... http://support.dell.com/filelib/download/index.asp?fileid=2260&libid=6

Maggi
8th October 1999, 02:56
And here's an official word on that release ...


Those drivers offer an improvement in speed over the WHQL certified drivers available on our site but are not as performant as our latest drivers at http://www.matrox.com/mga/drivers/latest_drivers/home.htm.
Thanks Diane!
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IceStorm
8th October 1999, 06:10
They're the same drivers we already have, and they aren't an improvement (I already tried them). Don't bother.



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