Nvidia RIVA TNT2 Ultra

Category: Monitors and video card
Manufacturer: Nvidia Corporation
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 43.28 Mb
Operating System: Windows NT, XP and 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.17.3 / 2005

Windows device driver information for Nvidia RIVA TNT2 Ultra

Nvidia Riva TNT2 Ultra was the first chipset that offered a buffer with 32-bit frame, which accounts for high quality visuals despite the high resolution. The 32-bit buffer enables the user to enjoy realistic colors in all graphic images on a computer. The device can be used in various graphic processing units and is used in the processing of three-dimensional graphics. The Riva TNT2 Ultra can even be used with the processor from AMD Athlon to provide a hardware platform for the creation and processing of 3D graphics by high end users. In fact, the Riva TNT2 Ultra was the first official three-dimensional processor for use with the Athlon processor. The device works in all mainstream PCs and supports graphic applications developed by different manufacturers. The device has a high accelerating that supports most of the PC-based three-dimensional rendering engines.

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The critical features in the Nvidia Riva TNT2 Ultra include multi-texturing, 2048x 2048 resolution, full-screen features, stencil buffering and bump mapping. The device delivers stunning and realistic three-dimensional graphics that have high frame qualities. In addition, the device can also benchmark two-dimensional graphics. The chipset enables VGA acceleration, which enables the user to enjoy high quality videos. The drivers for this device are usually provided by the manufacturer inside the purchase package. However, one can download the drivers from the official Nvidia website. The user must however ensure that the latest version of the driver is used to avoid creating conflict in the machine. Once the drivers have been downloaded, the user should save them on a computer location, unzip or decompress them. The next step of the installation process involves plugging the device into the PC. The system automatically senses the new hardware and launches the new hardware installation wizard. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Nvidia RIVA TNT2 Ultra errors before installing any driver updates.