Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia Linux Display Driver 370.28 for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with a fix a potential hang in Vulkan applications such as vkQuake and DOTA2. Nvidia Linux Display Driver 370.28 Release Highlights Fixed undefined symbol references in libnvidia-glcore.so. Fixed a potential hang in Vulkan applications such as vkQuake and DOTA2 that use vkFences for present synchronization.
Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia Linux Display Driver 370.23 Beta for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with an added ability to over and under-clock certain GeForce GPUs in the GeForce GTX 1000 series. Nvidia Linux Display Driver 370.23 Beta Release Highlights Added the ability to over- and under-clock certain GeForce GPUs in the GeForce GTX 1000 series and later. For GPUs that allow it, an offset can be applied to clock values in some clock domains of all performance levels.
Nvidia team has announced the release of NVIDIA 367.18 Beta Linux Graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with a number of OpenGL bugfix and other fixes to previous version. Nvidia 367.18 Beta changelog Fixed a bug that would cause OpenGL applications to crash when creating a context on one X display connection, then making it current with no associated drawable on another X display connection.
NVIDIA GeForce 359.12 Hotfix for GTX 860M Graphics Cards was recently released this week and this release comes as a new Hotfix driver that addresses the following issue “Game crashes on certain GeForce GTX 860M notebooks”. While it’s not mentioned by Nvidia in the release notes, it looks like the current drivers fix crashing issues reported on the GTX 960M as well. Based on the responses in the GeForce forums, it does look like the 359.
NVIDIA recently announced the availability of NVIDIA Tesla 354.42 graphics update compatible with several 64-bit Windows platforms, which adds support for the producer’s new high-performance Tesla M4 and M40 GPU models. Regarding compatibility, NVIDIA has provided three downloadable executables: one file suitable for Windows 7 and 8.1 OSes, the other targeted at Windows 10 platforms, and the last compatible with Server 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 operating systems. Highlights of NVIDIA Tesla 354.
It was recently discovered that the NVIDIA graphics drivers incorrectly sanitized user mode inputs. A local attacker could use this issue to possibly gain root privileges. What this means in summary is that NVIDIA graphics drivers could be made to run programs as an administrator. This vulnerability affects the following drivers: nvidia-graphics-drivers-304 nvidia-graphics-drivers-304-updates nvidia-graphics-drivers-340 nvidia-graphics-drivers-340-updates nvidia-graphics-drivers-352 nvidia-graphics-drivers-352-updates vulnerability A security issue affects these releases of Ubuntu and its derivatives:
Nvidia team has announced the release of NVIDIA 358.13 Linux Graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with a number of bugfix to previous version Nvidia 358.09. NVIDIA 358.13 changelog: Fixed a bug that could cause nvidia-installer to crash when installing from a driver package that has had precompiled kernel interfaces added to it (e.g., by using the “–add-this-kernel” option). Fixed a regression from 358.
Nvidia has just announced that they will be working with Ubisoft, the developers of Assassin Creed, to add graphics technologies to the forth coming game Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. Below is video released by Ubisoft revealing stunning details of the technology behind the game, which includes work created by NVIDIA GameWorks Studios. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate also uses HBAO+ and TXAA, and adds NVIDIA PCSS (percentage closer soft shadows). HBAO+ (Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion) is a fast, simple way to add an exceptional level of shading detail to areas of a game under ambient lighting.
With the holiday gaming feast approaching this Friday with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Nvidia had kicked off the November-December gaming deluge. GeForce gamers will be Game Ready with today’s release of the latest Game Ready Driver for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. NVIDIA is taking it a step further and committing to GeForce gamers that we will deliver Game Ready driver support on or before launch day for the top titles this holiday season.
Following the official launching of Windows 10, which comes featured with an entirely new browser, a voice-recognition-enabled Cortana personal assistant, expectations on the growth and support for Windows 10 is expected to be on the high side. According to update on GeForce website, for gamers the key new feature Windows 10 brings to the table is DirectX 12, a transformative update that changes much of the underlying rendering technology developed since the API’s initial release in 1995.
Nvidia team has announced the release of NVIDIA 352.30 graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with added support for GeForce 910M, and address various bugs identified since last release. NVIDIA 352.30 changelog Added support for the following GPU: GeForce 910M Fixed a bug that caused poor video post-processing performance in VDPAU when operating on a large number of video streams simultaneously.
Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia 350.12 graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. NVIDIA 350.12 released just in time for the highly anticipated title Grand Theft Auto V, will ensure you have the best possible gaming experience. Grand Theft Auto V is the one of the most anticipated PC releases of 2015, and with the new GeForce Game Ready driver you’ll have optimal performance when playing its explosive single-player, multiplayer, and co-op modes, and when enhancing your game with supported NVIDIA technologies.
Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia 349.12 beta graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems and its available for download. This release comes with added support for G-SYNC monitors when used together with non-G-SYNC monitors. When G-SYNC is enabled, non-G-SYNC monitors will display with tearing. NVidia 349.12 Beta changelog Fixed a bug that caused nvidia-settings to crash when assigning an attribute whose value is a display ID on a system with multiple X screens.
Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia 346.47 graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems has just been released this week and its available for download. This release comes with added support for Quadro K620M; Quadro K2200M; and GeForce GTX 965M. NVidia 346.47 changelog Fixed a bug that could cause rendering corruption in GLX clients using PBOs and/or VBOs when using GLX indirect rendering. Fixed a bug that caused Xinerama layouts which included X screens with ‘Option “UseDisplayDevice” “none”‘ to be represented incorrectly in the nvidia-settings control panel.
Nvidia team has announced the release of Nvidia 340.76 graphics driver for Linux-based operating systems has just been released this week and its available for download. This release comes with minor bugfixes. NVidia 340.76 Release Highlights Fixed a bug that caused frequent AMD-Vi page faults on systems with some AMD 8xx/9xx-series chipsets when used with some NVIDIA GPUs. Fixed a regression that could cause system crashes when terminating the X server on systems with an NVIDIA Quadro SDI Capture card installed.
The latest version of NVIDIA 337.25 Graphics driver for Linux has been released and comes with lots of bug fixes and improvements. Most important is the support for NVidia’s most recently released dual-GPU GEFORCE GTX TITAN Z graphics card. This article will guide you on how to install Nvidia 337.25 in Ubuntu Release Highlights Fixed a performance regression when running KDE with desktop effects using the OpenGL compositing backend Fixed a regression that could cause OpenGL rendering corruption on X screens with 30 bit per pixel color Fixed several cosmetic issues in the clock control user interface of nvidia-settings.
NVIDIA has introduced one of the fastest ever built gaming monster graphics card – The GeForce GTX TITAN Z: ULTIMATE POWER. It harnesses the power of two GTX TITAN Black GPUs, providing an incredible speed and cool, quiet performance in your favorite games on the highest resolution imaginable. Perfectly engineered with high-grade components, an impeccably crafted cooling assembly, and a sleek aluminum body, GTX TITAN Z is stunningly designed inside and out.
Recent notebooks/laptops with i3/i5/i7 processor and with a discrete nVidia graphics card use the nVidia Optimus technology to improve battery life. As it stands, nVidia Optimus technology is only available in Windows 7 and later and not for Linux OS. Blumblebee is the alternative solution to nVidia Optimus for Linux machines, which allows you to disable the discrete card if unused and run programs on it if requested. [button link=”https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Bumblebee-Project/Bumblebee/master/doc/RELEASE_NOTES_3_2_1″ style=”info” color=”primary”]Bumblebee 3.
The latest version of Nvidia Graphics driver for Linux which is Nvidia 337.19 has been released and is available for download. It comes with plenty of fixes and changes. This article will guide you on how to install Nvidia 337.19 Beta in Ubuntu. Release Highlights Fixed a bug causing mode validation to fail for 4K resolutions over HDMI in certain situations. Added nvidia-settings command line controls for over- and under-clocking attributes.
The GeForce R337.61 Hotfix Display Driver is available for download. This driver is being released by NVIDIA as a hotfix driver to resolve the following issues: Half display or no display on Dell UltraSharp UP3214Q/UP2414Q LCD monitor Code 43 error message after installing driver 337.50 on a PC with Hyper-V enabled All performance optimizations, profile updates, 3D Vision enhancements and more introduced with GeForce R337.50 BETA Performance Driver are also part of this driver release.
NVIDIA has released a Beta version of of its graphics drivers for Linux operating systems (Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD) – R337.12. This Beta release focuses on quite a number of bug fixes with overclocking support for the GeForce 400 “Fermi” series and newer, up through the latest-generation Maxwell graphics hardware and better EGL. Click the link below to get more details on supported GPUs and list of fixes: [button link=”http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/74861/en-us” color=”primary” class=”sys_btn”]Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver [/button] Step 1: Uninstall previous Nvidia sudo apt-get purge nvidia* Step 2: Download NVIDIA 337.
If you ever run into this issue where your Ubuntu desktop screen goes blank after installing Nvidia drivers/graphics on NON-NVIDIA machine, follow these simple step by step instruction to get your desktop screen back: Steps – Switch to console screen by pressing the following key combination and login Ctrl+Alt+F1 – Run following commands sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia-* sudo reboot
I will be showing us how to install the current version of Nvidia GeForce 331.67 driver in Ubuntu using the PPA which is currently up to date. I have successfully installed this on Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) and 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) Fixes: Fixed a bug that could lead to crashes when running Left 4 Dead 2 with threaded optimizations enabled. Updated the makefile for the NVIDIA kernel module to work around a bug in older versions of GNU Make that prevented the NVIDIA kernel module from building correctly.