Nvidia Quadro Tesla Graphics Driver 310.90 for Windows XP 64-bit

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Date: January 8, 2013
File Size: 150.0 MB
OS Support: Windows XP 64-bit
Downloads: 136

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What's New:

  • ODE Driver WHQL
    • The R310 drivers are the fourth ‘Optimal Drivers for Enterprise’, a release dedicated to relatively long term stability for ISV certification, OEMs, and Enterprise customers.
  • OpenGL 4.3 support on Kepler and Fermi series GPUs.
  • Adds a security update for the Nvidia Display Driver service (nvvsvc.exe).”
  • Workstation Features – Mosaic and Sync
    • Mosaic topology configurations are now preserved across driver over installs.
  • NVWMI 2.9
    • Workstation: Windows 7 and later
      • Improves performance of the profile framework
      • Implements saving on an nView desktop profile in the method ProfileManager::saveDesktopProfile
      • Supports saving a display EDID in the method Display::saveEDID
  • Nvidia Control Panel
    • The Nvidia Control Panel Access Control features allow workstation enterprise administrators to control which features of the Nvidia Control Panel are available to users.
    • Manage 3D Settings Category: Nvidia Driver Controlled Mode – Windows 7 and later
      • New mode that causes the GPU to automatically apply the best performance and image quality settings when using features such as Mosaic, SDI, and G-Sync/Quadro Sync.
    • Display-> Change Resolution Page: Select Displays option – Windows 7 and later
      • New option to apply customer resolutions to multiple displays at once.
  • nView Desktop Manager
    • Bird’s Eye View feature replaces the UI tab->edit gridlines feature. Provides a 10,000 foot overview of all desktops and allows manipulation of windows, desktops and gridlines.
  • Workstation application compatibility fixes. Please read the release notes for more information on product support, feature limitations, driver fixes and known compatibility issues.
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Existing Support:

  • Support for CUDA 5.0
  • Support for the Open Computing Language (OpenCL) 1.1 in Quadro FX Series x700 and newer as well as the FX4600 and FX5600
  • Support for DirectX11

Supported Products:

  • Quadro series
    • K5000
    • 6000
    • 600
    • 5000
    • 410
    • 4000
    • 400
    • 2000D
    • 2000
  • Quadro FX series
    • FX 5800
    • FX 580
    • FX 5600
    • FX 4800
    • FX 4700 X2
    • FX 4600
    • FX 380 Low Profile
    • FX 3800
    • FX 380
    • FX 3700
    • FX 3450
    • FX 1800
    • CX
  • Quadro NVS series
    • NVS 510
    • NVS 450
    • NVS 420
    • NVS 310
    • NVS 300
    • NVS 295
  • Quadro Plex series
    • S Series
    • Model IV
    • D Series
    • 7000
  • Quadro Sync series
    • Sync
    • G-Sync II
  • C-Class Processors
    • Tesla C2075
    • Tesla C2070
    • Tesla C2050
    • Tesla C1060
  • M-Class Processors
    • Tesla M2090
    • Tesla M2075
    • Tesla M2070-Q
    • Tesla M2070
    • Tesla M2050
    • Tesla M1060
  • S-Class Systems
    • Tesla S2050
    • Tesla S1070
  • K-Series Processors
    • Tesla K20m
    • Tesla K20c
    • Tesla K10
  • Quadro Blade/Embedded Graphics Board series ONLY, not for Notebooks:
    • Quadro K5000M
    • Quadro K4000M
    • Quadro K3000M
    • Quadro FX 880M
    • Quadro FX 770M
    • Quadro FX 370M
    • Quadro FX 3600M
    • Quadro FX 2800M
    • Quadro 500M
    • Quadro 4000M
    • Quadro 3000M
    • Quadro 1000M

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