Category: Input devices
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows Vista/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1.2600.0450 / 05 Nov 2007
This is a chipset that is created by Nvidia for specific processors. There are three varieties of the chipset, which include the 220, 420 and 415. The 220 and 420 versions are very alike with the 220 version having a single channel while the 420 version of the chipsets have 128-bit twinbank design. The chipset has a 3d controller incorporated so that one can get up to 3d gaming performance. The users can play these games at high resolutions, which are very satisfactory to them. For instance the 22o version of the chipset is able to deliver 3d gaming at the same level as a GeForce2 MX200 while the 420 version, which is a latter version is even faster by about 30%. Persons who require higher definitions of gaming can upgrade their systems by using an A GP 4X card.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The device makes use of drivers in order to enhance its performance. The driver also enables the user to redeem some of the large portions of the memory that the device is likely to take up allowing the user more memory space. In addition, the drivers used should be the latest version updates. Using the latest versions will enhance the speeds of the device as well as avoid the conflicts of the devices and errors in the network of the operating system in use. It also ensures easy of use of the device. The drivers should therefore be updated regularly in intervals such as monthly intervals. A person can be in a position to get information on the latest drivers for their devices by visiting the manufacturers sites. They can also download them from there since no fee is charged. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and nForce Memory Controller errors before installing any driver updates.