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    Open GL???

    where can i get the newest open gl drivers for my Ti 500
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    get the 27.10 drivers they totally kick a$$!!
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    OpenGL drivers are included in the Video Card drivers for your video card

    The latest series from NVIDIA are the Detonator 4's which start at version 21.81 and Up....
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    If you ahve a gf3 ti 500, and you have a game that supports both directx and opengl, whcih one would you choose? Which is better and why?

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    OGL. The compressed textures look way better in terms of IQ.

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    Originally posted by davy19
    If you ahve a gf3 ti 500, and you have a game that supports both directx and opengl, whcih one would you choose? Which is better and why?
    Depends on the Game

    but like Martial just said I would choose OGL over D3D.... Personally I like OGL a lot better, and it's more flexible with it's plugins, more expandable easier...
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