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New nVidia Graphic drivers released: 1.0-8174

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Linux Display Driver - IA32

Version: 1.0-8174
Operating System: Linux IA32
Release Date: December 5, 2005

Release Highlights

  • Fixed GeForce 7800 GTX clocking problem that affected 3D performance.

  • Added support for NVIDIA SLI. Please see the README for details.
  • Added a new utility 'nvidia-xconfig', which is a commandline tool for updating X configuration files.
  • Added support for new GeForce 6100, GeForce 6150 and GeForce 7800 GTX 512.
  • Added manpages for 'nvidia-xconfig', 'nvidia-settings', and 'nvidia-installer'.
  • Made UseEdidFreqs "on" by default; the NVIDIA X driver will use the valid HorizSync and VertRefresh frequency ranges from the EDID whenever possible.
  • Added support for Stereo Digital Flat Panels such as the SeeReal and Sharp3D DFPs.
  • Added HTML version of the README.
  • Added support for static Rotation; see the "Rotate" X config option in the README.
  • Improved stability on 64-bit Linux 2.6 kernels.
  • Fixed driver installation when SELinux is enabled.

Download IA32.

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new 8174 drivers

oh noo, they made all my fonts tiny! ...and my quake4 is crashy now. Sad

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