Version 5.2 of Nvidia Bios Editor was released on Monday. With this program, the bios of an Nvidia video card can be adjusted, so that, for example, overclocking settings can be permanently written to the card. The advantage of this is that the correct settings are immediately active when the computer is switched on, without being dependent on the operating system and overclocking programs. An eleven-page user manual for the program can be found on this page are being found. In this release, the number of supported graphics cards has been expanded to include the following three models:
Changes in this Version
- Added GeForce 9600 GSO
- Added GeForce 9300M GS
- Added GeForce GTX 280M
This new version is build upon the logic of the previous version, with some minor fixes and a redesign to support as well unknown devices in some limited way. As always for extra features, settings and support please provide us your original BIOS, so that we can use it as reference to analyze the changes and to code the appropriate support of the new video card or new features accordingly.
|Operating systems||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista|