it's quite sometime (more than a year I believe) since this new option has been included in the Nvidia drivers, but it is only visible through Nvidia Profile Inspector. Basically, when selected, it allows you to choose from a plethora of different OpenGL versions, based on which one are available on your system (which, again, depends on the Nvidia drivers you currently have installed). I have always wondered if it could affect GPL anyhow and its performance, fps wise. Has anyone here ever been experimenting with it?
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The program seems to run OK (without multi-tasking access to email, etc in background) but the graphics are awful such that it is not really usable. I have attached screen pictures and copy of my system spec.
I bought the original program when it first came out (pouring over the excellent manual that came with it!) but never had the time to get it set up and use, due to other commitments. Now that I have more I am determined to indulge my passion for this the pinnacle era of GP racing.
Grateful for your help.
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