What are the Latest Plugins NVIDIA CS3 for Windows XP PC?

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Good Day Everyone!

Can anyone please share with me the different plug-ins NVIDIA CS3 which I can use in my windows XP desktop computer? What are the latest plug-ins and how are you able to use it in CS3? If you are an advanced user, please share the tutorials for beginners and the sample videos. It would be great to know the best plug-in which is used by experts. Any information will be very helpful to me.

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What are the Latest Plugins NVIDIA CS3 for Windows XP PC?

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Hello Alissarachel,

Among a number of plug-ins available over the internet for use with CS3, the best ones are the ‘CUDA’ and ‘Nvidia DDS’ plug-in. These can be easily downloaded for free from their respective websites and the user manual comes pre-installed with them and can also be found on their websites as well.  These are easy to install and extends the functionality of Photoshop CS3 with their great performance.

Hope you find this information useful.

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What are the Latest Plugins NVIDIA CS3 for Windows XP PC?

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Hi,

With many Nvidia plug-ins’ available, you may check the following that could be of great use to you:

NVIDIA Texture Tools for Adobe Photoshop 8.55.0109.1800

The plug-in here supports your CS3 corresponding to your specific Windows XP System type. It open/save RGB formatted .dds file; read/write compressed/uncompressed .dds files. It has a MIPSTER for CS2 and above.

Legacy Texture Tools

This site contains a list of Nvidia tools and its description including DDS. Go over this page to select what is best for your need. It has a download page of other tools for your CS3 and a publication page.

Make sure to know your system type before downloading any plug-in. You do this by:

  1. Click Start
  2. Click Run or Start Search
  3. Type msinfo32.exe and press Enter
  4. Look for System Information
  5. At the System Type, a 32-bit is x86-based and 64-bit is x64-based

I hope you would find this useful.

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