NVIDIA Linux Driver 1.0-7676 Release

August 9th, 2005 by TimeDoctor

NVIDIA has released version 1.0-7676 of their Linux display driver (x86 README / x86-64 README). These drivers are a minor update, and only have this one change:

  • Fixed GeForce 7800 GTX clocking problem that affected 3D performance.
NVIDIA Driver 1.0-7676 Download: [ x86 | x86-64 ]

6 Responses to “NVIDIA Linux Driver 1.0-7676 Release”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I love how they keep improving the Linux drivers regularly. Makes it clear that they aren’t just making a half-assed Linux driver for show like some companies *cough*ATI*cough*.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Is there a list of changes? I did a diff of the README.txt files and all that got changed were the version numbers.

  3. jvm Says:

    Fix has been committed to twm-gl cvs. Gentoo users can just emerge as usual, fix is in portage. Fedora people are still stuck with gcc issues (i.e. talk to RedHat).

  4. Anonymous Says:

    nvidia’s drivers are soooo much better its not even funny. Unfortunetly I can’t replace the Ati since its the one in my laptop.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    anybody want to comment on nforce2++ support?

    Is it good?

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Install ATI!

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