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Nvidia GeForce Graphics Driver 304.51 for FreeBSD 64-bit

Driver update in Graphics Cards. Operating system support: Linux.

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What's New:
  • Added support for the new Quadro Sync board for Quadro Kepler GPUs. See the "Configuring Frame Lock and Genlock" chapter in the README for details.
  • Fixed an X server crash on X.Org xserver 1.13 when it is compiled without support for DRI2.
  • Fixed a regression that broke color controls on older X servers.
  • Fixed a bug that sometimes caused the display layout area of the nvidia-settings control panel to be laid out incorrectly.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented panning from working correctly after a modeswitch on some X servers with support for cursor constraining.
  • Gamma ramp and colormap adjustments now apply correctly when screen transformations such as rotation and keystone correction are in use.
  • Fixed RandR per-CRTC gamma persistence across modeswitches and VT-switches.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the X server to sometimes hang in response to input events.
  • Fixed a reduction in rendering performance for core X11 rendering on certain GPUs that occurred in the 290.series of releases.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented PowerMizer from working correctly on some boards with GDDR5 memory, such as some GeForce GT 240 SKUs.
  • Fixed a bug that caused OpenGL applications to not animate properly when a rotation or a transformation was applied on some older X server versions.
  • Enabled FXAA with Unified Back Buffers.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the "Reset Hardware Defaults" button in the Display Settings page of nvidia-settings from being activated.

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