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Old 01-14-2016, 07:13 PM   #1
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LXer: Nvidia Releases New Beta Driver for Linux with Support for New GPUs

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Nvidia has released a new update for the Linux drivers, but itís a small upgrade that only brings support for a couple of new GPUs. Keeping track of all the Nvidia branches for Linux drivers is becoming a hassle, especially if you are a gamer. Usually, game developers recommend that you use the latest driver, but thatís a piece of advice a little bit difficult to follow on the Linux platform. The recent Nvidia driver update is a good example of that.



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