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Is there any Windows application that will attempt to run all the supported features of a nVidia GPU?

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Does the nTune tool not give you the information you need? Which feature(s) are you specifically looking for? Because, while the Nvidia drivers/ graphics card needs to support the feature, more importantly, the OS and application needs to support the features.

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Well, nVidia seems to support all the available features on Windows, so I've mentioned Windows. I just want to be able to trigger all the features supported by the card available. – Oxwivi Jul 28 '11 at 7:53
From the Nvidia side, that just means having the correct drivers. On the OS and Application side, that gets a little more complex. You aren't going to find NVidia blocking features in general. Rather you'll run into applications that are properly configured to take advantage of the features. – surfasb Jul 28 '11 at 16:05
Yes well, it would be great if Nvidia could provide an application that does. I want to see them in action. – Oxwivi Jul 28 '11 at 16:10

You could try 3DMark from Futuremark, it's great for benchmarking the display cards capabilities.

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