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NVIDIA Studio Driver

TITAN RTX

Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver

 
Version: 260.19.12
Release Date: 2010.10.13
Operating System: Linux 64-bit
Language: English (US)
File Size: 45.73 MB
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  • Added support for the following GPUs:
      GeForce GTS 450s
      GeForce GTX 460M
      GeForce GT 415M
      GeForce GT 425M
      GeForce GT 420M
      GeForce GT 435M
      Quadro 2000
      Quadro 600
  • Stopped installing OpenGL, VDPAU, CUDA, and OpenCL header files with the driver. Those interested in these files can get them from their Linux distributions' packages, where available, or upstream from:

    Note that while libvdpau.so is still included in 260.xx drivers, it will be removed from a future release series in early 2011. Distributors are encouraged to package libvdpau.so from http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/VDPAU

    Note that http://www.opengl.org/registry/ does not presently provide gl.h or glx.h. Until that is resolved, NVIDIA's OpenGL " header files can still be chosen, through the "--opengl-headers" installer option.

  • Fixed the CustomEDID X configuration option so that it can handle EDID files from Linux procfs; e.g., /proc/acpi/video/IGPU/LCD0/EDID.
  • Fixed an interaction problem with a change in X server behavior that caused slow text rendering on X.Org xserver 1.9.
  • Enhanced VDPAU to support interop with CUDA and OpenGL when Xinerama is active.
  • Fixed a bug in VDPAU that prevented temporal-spatial de-interlacing from operating when temporal de-interlacing was not also enabled.
  • Added support for configuring the dithering depth used when driving a flat panel with a GeForce 8 family or Quadro 4600/5600 or
    newer GPU. See the "Dithering Controls" in the Flat Panel page in nvidia-settings.
  • Added support for the nvcuvid API.

    nvcuvid provides a mechanism for decoding video and exposing the surfaces to CUDA, allowing applications to perform custom processing of the video. nvcuvid is primarily targeted at transcoding and video- processing applications. nvcuvid was already available on other platforms.

    By default, nvidia-installer places headers in /usr/include/nvcuvid, and library in /usr/lib/libnvcuvid.so, or in the appropriate library path for your system.

  • Fixed a bug in VDPAU that could cause a "display preemption" when toggling MPlayer to full-screen the first time.
  • Added OpenGL 4.1 support for Quadro Fermi, GeForce GTX 4xx, and later GPUs.
  • Enhanced VDPAU to fully support Xinerama.
  • Fixed a bug in the X driver that prevented operation of Xinerama when using multiple NVIDIA GPUs from different major hardware generations
    on X with ABI 4 or greater.
  • Fixed a bug in the OpenGL driver's Xinerama support.

    Rendering should have ocurred to all physical X screens driven by an NVIDIA GPU compatible with the NVIDIA GPU driving physical X screen 0. However, if some physical X screen did not satisfy that requirement, then not only would that physical X screen not be rendered to (as expected), but also all physical X screens with a higher number would not be rendered to (which was unexpected).

  • Added GPU "Processor Clock" reporting to the nvidia-settings PowerMizer page.
  • Implemented support for SLI Mosaic Mode on Quadro FX 5800 and Quadro Fermi and newer Quadro GPUs.
  • Enhanced the VDPAU overlay-based presentation queue to allow it to be used when SLI is active, and in some cases when the X composite extension is enabled. See the README for further details.
  • Added support for configuring the dithering mode used when driving a flat panel with a GeForce 8 family or Quadro 4600/5600 or newer GPU.See the "Dithering Controls" in the Flat Panel page in nvidia-settings.
  • Added unofficial GLX protocol support (i.e., for GLX indirect rendering) for the following OpenGL extensions:
      GL_EXT_texture_integer
      GL_ARB_stencil_two_side
      GL_EXT_transform_feedback2
      GL_NV_transform_feedback2
      GL_NV_conditional_render
  • Added GLX protocol support (i.e., for GLX indirect rendering) for the following OpenGL extensions:
      GL_NV_point_sprite
      GL_EXT_stencil_two_side
      GL_EXT_point_parameters
      GL_ARB_transpose_matrix
      GL_EXT_framebuffer_blit
      GL_EXT_framebuffer_multisample
  • GLX protocol for the following OpenGL extension is promoted from unofficial GLX ptotocol to ARB approved GLX protocol:
      GL_EXT_geometry_shader4
      GL_ARB_shader_objects
      GL_ARB_vertex_shader
      GL_ARB_fragment_shader
  • Added support for configuring individual displays as any eye in passive stereo mode "4" when using TwinView or SLI Mosaic through extensions to the MetaMode syntax.
  • Added ColorSpace and ColorRange features for HDMI. These give the ability to output YUV over HDMI and select full/reduced color range on RGB over HDMI. ColorSpace and ColorRange are X Configuration options and can be changed dynamically through nvidia-settings.