Omega driver for laptop?

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  1. GearGhost

    GearGhost New Member

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    So, when the laptop support comes out, will it work with my laptop? Also would I get any better frame rate (for something like Orange Box) with these drivers rather than the 86.02 driver supplied by Acer?
    Acer Aspire 5680 with Go 7600.
     
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    Does anyone have an answer?
     
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    mbd2884 New Member

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    Definitely.

    I was so excited when he came out with Nvidia mods.

    And now so sad with no mobile version.

    Still using 169.21 laptopvideotogo version here.
     
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  5. Vikingod

    Vikingod Int'l Fish Liaison

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    Omega will be incorporating mobile support into his driver releases. I think that given these were the first he's done in a while, he didn't have the time to add it to this release. Stay tuned though, as he's stated it will be included in future releases.
     
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    I Recently Installed Omega Drivers On My Laptop Acer 5685 And It Works Fine Do You Think I Might Have A Problem With Overheating Or Somethig Please Answer
     
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    Vikingod Int'l Fish Liaison

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    I don't know exactly what you are refering to, but I'll guess you mean "can the omega drivers cause overheating?".

    Answer is no, they do not overclock your card automatically, so there won't be any overheating.
     

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