Nvidia Geforce Gt 130m Cuda 1gb Drivers For Mac

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  1. Nvidia Gt 9400 Drivers Download
  2. Geforce Gt 750m Driver Update
  3. Nvidia Geforce 840m Driver

In order to give you the best and fastest Blu-ray/DVD ripping or conversion experience, Aunsoft upgraded the first and powerful Blu-ray Ripper with NVIDIA® CUDATM technology. That means you can get up to 5X faster Blu-ray/DVD decoding/encoding speed on any computer with a CUDA-enabled graphics card. So just in a short time, you can let your Blu-ray/DVD movie to HD H.264 conversion done with perfect quality for smoothly playback or editing on PC.
The operating principle of NVIDIA® CUDATM technology in Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper is to process Blu-ray/DVD ripping onNVIDIA's GPU instead of your computer's CPU, so more CPU resources can be available for other applications, making your computer run much smoother than ever.
You can see which conversion profiles in the program that leverage CUDA technology and GPU conversion acceleration in the program will automatically enabled once CUDA-enabled graphics card has been detected.
The following chart shows the performance while ripping/converting Blu-ray/DVD with and without NVIDIA CUDA by using the Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper. And the results are given in minutes.

GeForce GT 130M delivers immersive realism and heart pounding performance for demanding notebook gamers. CUDA® technology handles photo and video editing tasks up to 10 times faster than mainstream CPUs for huge productivity gains. Mar 04, 2009  new Mac Mini: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics new iMac: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 with 256MB memory NVIDIA GeForce GT 130 with 512MB memory new Mac Pro: NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 with 512MB Do you know something more than I do about what exactly the 'GT 120' and 'GT 130' are? If so, please share your information.

The Nvidia GeForce GT 120M is a DirectX 10 graphics card for notebooks and technically a slower clocked GeForce 130M GT with a lower current consumption. The performance should be on a level with. GeForce GT 130M delivers immersive realism and heart pounding performance for demanding notebook gamers. CUDA® technology handles photo and video editing tasks up to 10 times faster than mainstream CPUs for huge productivity gains. The package provides the installation files for NVIDIA GeForce GT 130M (Graphics Adapter WDDM1.1, WDDM1.2, WDDM1.3) Graphics Driver version 9. If the driver is already installed on your system, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix various issues, add new functions, or just upgrade to the available version.

Supported Formats:

Input Files:
Blu-rayCommercial Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray folder, Blu-ray ISO file
DVDCommercial DVD disc, DVD folder, IFO files, ISO file
Output Video Formats:
All video formats with H.264 codec

Supported Graphics Card:

Nvidia Gt 9400 Drivers Download

GeForce 500 Series

GeForce GTX 590
GeForce GTX 580
GeForce GTX 570
GeForce GTX 560 Ti
GeForce GTX 550 Ti

GeForce 400 SeriesGeForce GTX 480/GTX 470/GTX 465/GTX 460
GeForce GTX 480M
GeForce 300 SeriesGeForce GT 340/GT 330/GT 320/315/310
GeForce GTS 360M/GTS 350M/GT 335M/GT 330M/GT 325M/310M/305M
GeForce 200 SeriesGeForce GTX 295/GTX 285/GTX 285 for Mac/GTX 280/GTX 275/GTX 260/GTS 250/GT 240/GT 220/210
GeForce GTX 285M/GTX 280M/GTX 260M/GTS 260M/GTS 250M/GT 240M/GT 230M
GeForce 100 SeriesGeForce GTS 150/GT 130/GT 120/G100
GeForce GTS 160M/GTS 150M/GT 130M/G210M/G110M/G105M/G102M
GeForce 9 SeriesGeForce 9800 GX2/9800 GTX+/9800 GTX/9800 GT/9600 GSO/9600 GT/9500 GT/9400GT
GeForce 9800M GTX/9800M GT/9800M GTS/9800M GS/9700M GTS/9700M
GT/9650M GS/9600M GT/9600M
GS/9500M GS/9500M G/9400M G/9300M GS/9300M G/9200M GS/9100M G
GeForce 9400/9300 mGPU
GeForce 8 SeriesGeForce 8800 Ultra/8800 GTX/8800 GTS/8800 GT/8800 GS/8600 GTS/8600 GT/8500 GT/8400 GS
GeForce 8800M GTS/8700M GT/8600M GT/8600M GS/8400M GT/8400M GS
GeForce 8300/8200/8100 mGPU
GeForce Desktop SeriesQuadro FX 5800/FX 5600/FX 4800/FX 4800 for Mac/FX 4700 X2/FX 4600/FX 3800/FX 3700/FX 1800/FX 1700/FX 580/FX 570/FX 470/FX 380/FX 370
Quadro CX/6000/5000/4000/NVS 450/NVS 420/NVS 295/NVS 290/Plex 7000/Plex 2100 D4/Plex 2200 D2/Plex 2100 S4/Plex 1000 Model IV
GeForce Mobile SeriesQuadro FX 3800M/FX 3700M/FX 3600M/FX 2800M/FX 2700M/FX 1800M/FX 1700M/FX 1600M
/FX 880M/FX 770M/FX 570M/FX 380M/FX 370M/FX 360M
Quadro 5000M/NVS 5100M/NVS 3100M/NVS 2100M/NVS 320M/NVS 160M/NVS 150M/NVS 140M/NVS 135M/NVS 130M

Geforce Gt 750m Driver Update

Want to get better performance of your Graphics Card, please download the lastest driver from NVIDIA Official Site.

Nvidia Geforce 840m Driver

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