In the summer of 2007 NVIDIA released the entry-level GeForce 8300GS graphics cards, based on the G86 core. The GeForce 8300 was only available in the OEM market, and as the GeForce 8300 mGPU motherboard GPU. These graphics cards were not intended for intense 3D applications such as fast, high-resolution video games. They were originally designed to replace the 7200 and 7300 models, but could not due to their poor game performance. It was able to play modern games at playable framerates at low settings and low resolutions making it popular among casual gamers and HTPC (Media Center) builders without a PCI Express or AGP motherboard.
Please note: this Nvidia GeForce 8300 GS driver is suitable for 64-bit Windows 8.1 versions only. For 32-bit versions, please search for Nvidia GeForce 8300 GS (32-bit) in the search bar or click here.