NVIDIA has released a new set of certified drivers for Linux (32 and 64-bit versions) as well as for Solaris and FreeBSD.
You can download R304.43 from these links:
R304.43 is an OpenGL 4.2 driver and exposes 275 OpenGL extensions (GLX extensions not included in this number) for a GTX 680 like R302.11.
If you are under Linux Mint and need some help to install R304.43, just check this article out: How to quickly Install NVIDIA R302.11 Drivers Under Linux Mint 13).
Here are the release notes from NVIDIA:
- Added support for the following GPUs: GeForce GTX 660 Ti, Quadro K5000, Quadro K5000M, Quadro K4000M, Quadro K3000M and NVS 510
- Fixed a bug that caused pre-release versions of X.Org xserver 1.13 to crash when certain GLX operations were performed, such as when starting Firefox.
- Fixed a bug that caused VDPAU to hang when expanding the YouTube Flash Player.
- Fixed a bug that caused gnome-settings-daemon to revert display configuration changes made by nvidia-settings.
- Updated nvidia-settings to use RandR per-CRTC gamma control, when available. When controlling an X server with support for RandR 1.2, nvidia-settings will display the color correction widget as a tab within each display device page, instead of a per-X screen color correction page.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the display palette from being updated immediately after an application called XStoreColors.
- Added the ability to select and move X screens in the “X Server Display Configuration” page of nvidia-settings via Ctrl-(Left)Click + Drag.
Source: Geeks3D forum