What's New:
  • Added support for the following GPUs:
    • GeForce GTX 680MX
    • Tesla K20Xm
  • Fixed a bug when enabling framelock between displays connected to the same GPU as other displays with different refresh rates, which caused the latter to be incorrectly assigned to the framelock group.
  • Updated the reporting of HDMI 3D framerates and pixel clocks to be more consistent with how they are reported by HDMI 3D displays.
  • Fixed a bug that sometimes prevented rotation controls in the nvidia-settings control panel from working after changing resolutions.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause applications using GL_NV_vdpau_interop to crash during modeswitches.
  • Fixed a regression that could cause OpenGL applications to crash while compiling shaders.
  • Added a kernel module parameter, "NVreg_EnablePCIeGen3", which can be used to enable PCIe gen 3 when possible. Note that on many systems where the NVIDIA driver does not allow PCIe gen 3 by default, stability problems can be expected when this option is enabled: users should do so at their own risk.
  • Fixed a VDPAU bug that could cause the X server to hang when decoding some corrupted video streams.
  • Renamed VGX products to GRID products in the "Supported NVIDIA GPU Products" list.
  • Added support for X.org xserver ABI 14 (xorg-server 1.14).
  • Fixed a bug in nvidia-settings that could cause the wrong resolution to be set in basic mode for setups based on one display per X screen.
  • Fixed libnvidia-encode.so library dependency by linking it with libnvcuvid.so.1 instead of libnvcuvid.so while creating it.
  • Improved performance of OpenGL framebuffer object binds with Xinerama enabled by 2000-3000% when the application's windows do not span screen boundaries.
  • Fix performance issues when using some versions of HyperMesh with Quadro GPUs.


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