NVIDIA Releases R313.26 For Linux With GTX Titan Support

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NVIDIA has released a new set of graphics drivers for Linux / Unix world. R313.26 comes with new graphics cards (like the GeForce GTX Titan or some GeForce GT 7xxM for notebooks). In the OpenGL side, a bug has been fixed at the level of glXSwapIntervalEXT.

You can download R313.26 here:

R313.26 is an OpenGL 4.3 driver and exposes 273 OpenGL extensions. The complete list of all OpenGL extensions can be found here: NVIDIA R313.18 For Linux.

Release highlights:

  • Added support for the following GPUs:
    • GeForce GTX TITAN
    • GeForce G205M
    • GeForce GT 240M LE
    • GeForce 405M
    • GeForce 610
    • GeForce 615
    • GeForce 620M
    • GeForce GT 625M
    • GeForce GT 625 (OEM)
    • GeForce GT 635
    • GeForce 705M
    • GeForce 710M
    • GeForce GT 710M
    • GeForce GT 720A
    • GeForce GT 730M
    • Tesla X2070
    • Tesla S2050
    • Tesla K20s
  • Reduced the amount of time needed to establish framelock in some stereo configurations with many monitors.
  • Fixed a bug where glXSwapIntervalEXT failed to set a swap interval value of zero in certain situations.
  • Improved compatibility with recent Linux kernels.
  • Fixed a bug that could lead to rendering corruption after an X server generation (i.e., leaving an X server running after all of its clients have exited).
  • Removed a spurious dependency on libpangox from the nvidia-settings binary shipped as part of the driver package.

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