But I am told they will be back up shortly.
All non WHQL drivers will not be publishable (a given)
177.39 is a beta driver and will not be valid for ORB (a given)
Nvidia 177.35 drivers are being considered for ORB approval.
Catalyst 8.6 drivers are being considered for ORB approval.
Physx 8.06.12 driver is a system driver and does not effect graphic display or performance on GPU tests.
Multipath IO driver is a system driver, does not effect graphic display but does effect graphics performance.
Vantage has a "Physics" test, no one expected it work so well.
Futuremark is fixing the non whql drivers and the non FM approved drivers currently and that is fine and the way it should be with exception to 3Dmark 2001 where anything goes.
The removal of 01 scores was a mistake to the global change in driver support on the ORB and it will be fixed.
Physics is a win for consumers, ATI is freaking out with no answer as they should be, they got caught with their pants down.
In time if ATI does get it together and delivers Physics on their GPGPU it may do better with 800sp and higher clock speeds but as it sits now, ATI wants nothing more than to snuff physics in Vantage.
Futuremark, dont make us cripple our systems to run your benchmark. I would not disable Physx 8.06.12 nor would I disable Multipath IO for gaming.
Separate "physics test" from "CPU test" and avoid the semantics being used against you. We all know and accept it is a physics test.