Good idea!Sometimes you just cant get around it, but then on the other hand sometimes you'll be fine. I guess it really depends on how old your Windows install is, how many driver upgrades you've done, and of course what your upgrading from and going to.
If your one of those " I wonder if it's hampering my performance " end users you'll wind up doing it anyways. Maybe decide this and take it from there?
Maybe modern drivers and modern Windows handle this better. It used to be the case that there were left over driver bits that caused conflicts between red and green.I had both AMD and Nvidia drivers installed at the same time once, because I needed to swap cards quickly and do some testing. Never had a problem. The system loads only the drivers for the hardware it finds. Windows is not that stupid. Let's give it some credit.
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