Installing Nvidia proprietary driver 343 on Ubuntu (Unity)/Linux Mint (Cinnamon) x64
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Distribution: Debian Sid AMD64, Raspbian Wheezy, various VMs
Originally Posted by joe_2000
My card is a GeForce GT 650M, so not exactly bleeding edge hardware. (The laptop is from 2012) Anyway, it runs flawlessly with nouveau, except for the hdmi part. I have to say through that I am not running any applications that are demanding on graphics. So I am not a good reference in that respect.
Which by the way is also the reason why this was the last pc I purchased with an nvidia graphics card. Intel graphics -> much less trouble...
You should have saved yourself some money and not bothered with a graphics card then, especially not one that expensive.