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New Nvidia Graphic Drivers: Version: 1.0-8756

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Linux IA32 & AMD64/EM64T
Latest Version: 1.0-8756

Highlights:

# Adds support for GeForce 7300, GeForce 7400 Go, GeForce 7600 and GeForce 7900 GPUs.
# Added support for running OpenGL applications while the Composite X extension is enabled; see "The X Composite Extension" appendix for details.
# Enabled hardware acceleration of the Render X extension by default.
# Added "AddARGBGLXVisuals" X configuration option, so that OpenGL applications can render to X Windows' alpha channel.
# Added Linux/i2c support to the NVIDIA kernel module; see the "i2c Bus Support" appendix for details.
# Improved power management support with Linux >= 2.6.14 and added support for suspend-to-disk.
# Added new "nvidia-auto-select" mode entry for use in the X configuration file; see description in the "Programming Modes" appendix.
# Added support for GLX 1.4.
# Added ability for OpenGL applications to span greater than 4096 pixels when in Xinerama.
# Improved G-Sync support.
# Fixed interlaced modes on CRTs.
# Improved compatibility with the latest Linux 2.6 kernels.

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