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- AssaultCube: Graphics drivers

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- Graphics drivers -

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- The best way to get the best performance out of any 3D application is using the - latest and correct drivers, with the correct settings. AssaultCube is no exception - to this rule. If you have any problems running AssaultCube, always check your drivers - first! -

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- To download and install the latest and correct drivers, follow these steps... -

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  1. Find out the correct name/make/model of your video card.
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  3. Go to the driver/support section of your video card manufacturers website (e.g. - nVidia, ATi, Intel, - Matrox, - etc) and download the latest and correct drivers for your model and operating system. -
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  5. Install and configure the drivers as per the instructions given to you by the manufacturer - (make sure previous versions of the drivers are uninstalled).
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- Some operating systems and graphics cards have other special drivers and methods - that you can explore for your drivers. Microsoft Windows users may benefit from - Omega Drivers, - some nVidia Microsoft Windows users can try using nTune. Linux users might like EnvyNG. -

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- Warning: If you're using a laptop, you may need to consult your laptop manufacturer - for drivers, as laptop graphic drivers are heavily customised. -

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- Note: None of these links or drivers are endorsed, maintained or supported - by the AssaultCube team.
- Use these links at your own risk. We highly recommend searching the forums - and support pages for your operating system supplier and graphics card manufacturer - if you are having problems with 3D graphics rendering. -

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