NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller

Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: Nvidia Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 12.9 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.13 / 03 Nov 2003

Windows device driver information for NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller

This driver version of the NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller is certified by the WHQL and compatible with the nForce, and nForce3 product lines. This driver has support for the codec ALC655 by Realtek and contains the BSOD fix for loading DLS files. It also includes additional fixes for the six channel GetPosition bugs and lessened susceptibility to audio problems when in heavy system load. It likewise has support for ASIO when users record at a sample rate other than 48 KHz for more predictable and lower latency. This NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller’s driver version also includes a fix for the reverbs or EAX which includes the initialization of the reverbs to off once the query operation for the listener interface of EAX is started. The EAX fix also includes the updated property handlers of EAX for ignoring invalid parameters rather than imposing limitations, efficiently matching the behavior of the Creative EAX.

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This NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller’s driver contains NOLF fixes as well. This includes taking into account the roll off factor and 3D maximum and minimum distance for air absorption. It also has a modified reverb gain in order that the maximum distance can be regarded. The NVIDIA nForce2 chipset is a platform used for motherboards that has support for the Socket A central processing units with DDR SDRAM by AMD. This chipset is remarkably known for its use of a high performance memory controller that has a dual channel memory interface and allows the doubling bandwidth. It makes use of 2 different southbridges; the MCP T and the MCP. The 2 southbridges differ in Ethernet and audio integration. The MCP T has 2 100 Mbit Ethernet NICs and a robust SoundStorm NVAPU with 3D audio that is hardware accelerated and Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel encoding in real time, while the MCP uses an AC97 audio controller and 1 100 Mbit NIC. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and NVIDIA nForce2 Memory Controller errors before installing any driver updates.