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  • 9-Way NVIDIA GeForce Linux Benchmarks On Their New Beta Driver

    Phoronix: 9-Way NVIDIA GeForce Linux Benchmarks On Their New Beta Driver

    Following last week's exciting NVIDIA 334 Linux beta driver release, here are benchmarks from nine different GeForce graphics cards to complement yesterday's 9-way AMD Radeon comparison on Ubuntu with the latest Linux driver beta.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=19868

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    Great article but I still can't compile it

    Thanks for the article, but sadly, I'm stuck back to a 3.11.10 kernel and can't compile the Nvidia Driver on nothing from 3.12 an above

    I'm on OpenSuse Tumbleweed
    On 3.12 I've got to run the installer with "--no-unified-memory" parameter and lose all CUDA capacity in Blender and in the 3.13, I'm simply confronted with a gcc error
    How do you did it ?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by phdemartin View Post
      Thanks for the article, but sadly, I'm stuck back to a 3.11.10 kernel and can't compile the Nvidia Driver on nothing from 3.12 an above

      I'm on OpenSuse Tumbleweed
      On 3.12 I've got to run the installer with "--no-unified-memory" parameter and lose all CUDA capacity in Blender and in the 3.13, I'm simply confronted with a gcc error
      How do you did it ?
      Checkout the Arch packages - runs/compiles on pretty much all kernels up to the latest 3.13 release.

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      • #4
        On my case this drivers 334.16 works good with wine 1.7.12



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