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OEM

I agree with Bob Proffit, whenever possible go with manufacturer's drivers, less chance of a lot of useless clutter.

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(NT) OK. Thank you both.
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Never used such a thing.

I'm pretty old school. I look at the board, video card and then go get the drivers from the makers.

This driverfinders are rarely correct. Some install adware.
Bob

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