NVIDIA R344.11 WHQL (Windows) and R343.22 (Linux) with GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 Support




NVIDIA R344.11 installer

NVIDIA has just released the WHQL version of its graphics drivers that bring the support of the freshly launched GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970. All other GeForce cards are supported as well.

New in GeForce Game Ready Drivers For Windows

The new GeForce Game Ready driver, release 344.11 WHQL, allows GeForce owners to continue to have the ultimate gaming experience. This driver is aligned with today’s launch of the world’s most advanced GPUs—the GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970. With support for NVIDIA G-SYNC Surround displays, gaming has never been more realistic and immersive. In addition, this Game Ready WHQL driver ensures you’ll have the best possible gaming experience for the latest new blockbuster titles including Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Evil Within, F1 2014, and Alien: Isolation.

Game Ready
Best gaming experience for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Evil Within, F1 2014, and Alien: Isolation

New GeForce GPUs
Supports the new GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 GPUs, based upon the second-generation Maxwell architecture

Gaming Technology
Supports G-SYNC technology and NVIDIA G-SYNC Surround configurations

R344.11 Desktop Downloads for Windows

Seems NVIDIA has stopped the versions for Win XP…


R344.11 Notebook Downloads for Windows

R343.22 Desktop Downloads for Linux

R344.11 is an OpenGL 4.4 driver and exposes 327 OpenGL extensions for a GeForce GTX 750 (GM107 GPU) under Win 8 64-bit. The complete list of all extensions can be found in THIS ENTRY of the GPU database (data submitted with GPU Caps Viewer 1.21.1.2).


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750, R344.1 - GPU Caps Viewer info

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11 thoughts on “NVIDIA R344.11 WHQL (Windows) and R343.22 (Linux) with GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 Support”

  1. William

    Actually the 344.11 XP drivers seem to work fine with my new GTX 970 under XP. Something people don’t realize with video RAM is that it is virtualized, and an application only sees a small “window” of that RAM.
    Even under Windows 8.1 x64, Device Manager only shows about 64MB of total address space (one 32-MB chunk and two 16-MB chunks, as well as the legacy VGA address space) used, and all of that is in the first 4GB of address space.

  2. Bill

    It looks like that nvidia removed these entries:

    NVIDIA_DEV.13C0 = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980”
    NVIDIA_DEV.13C2 = “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970”

    in 344.48 driver

    No more support for GTX 9xx under WinXP?!

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