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nVidia has been very good in keeping their drivers up-to-date. Their
is general agreement that they are among the best. nVidia supplies
drivers for Windows 9X, 2000, and NT4.
Are you using OpenGL for your CAD work? If you are, as most serious
CAD programs do, then the nVidia OpenGL support appears to be better
than the Matrox OpenGL support.
> >The nVidia TNT2 cards are excellent for running both OpenGL and
> >DirectX! And they are relatively inexpensive. You dont need a $1400
> >card to run X-Plane.
> I know this is getting increasingly off-topic but I wonder just how
> solid their drivers are - this PC is used for a lot of serious CAD
> work also, and historically most of the "game oriented" video cards
> have had really buggy drivers. Matrox are usually among the best in
> this area. Also I run NT4 normally, with a dual-boot option to win98
> (havent used it yet but would need to for USB), with win2k a
> If I was setting up a PC just for a flight sim then this would be a
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