Windows Vista drivers are coming

Microsoft WindowsWindows Vista is not yet available (still in beta test under the name of RC2), but both major 3D graphic card technology providers announced the availability of their new drivers under the WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) certification.

This announces that your graphic card, either old or new, should be usable under Windows Vista. However, you still have to remember that if you do not have a recent card, most of the graphic bells and whistles of Vista will not be accessible and if you want to look at HD video your card will have to be of the latest generation in order to be compatible with the HDMI specification (and it is the same for your display). Be prepared for a buying season when Vista is out.

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  1. This announces that your graphic card, either old or new, should be usable under Windows Vista. However, you still have to remember that if you do not have a recent card, most of the graphic bells and whistles of Vista will not be accessible and if you want to look at HD video your card will have to be of the latest generation in order to be compatible with the HDMI

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