NVIDIA 535.54.03 Linux Driver Released With Vulkan Updates, DMA-BUF v4 Wayland Protocol

Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 14 June 2023 at 11:05 AM EDT. 18 Comments
Following last month's NVIDIA 535 Linux driver beta that was launched at the end of May, NVIDIA has now released the 535.54.03 Linux driver as the first stable R535 driver in this new series.

The NVIDIA 535.54.03 Linux driver showcases many of the same changes as found in the prior beta driver, albeit now has went through QA and the community beta testing and left NVIDIA's Linux engineers comfortable declaring a stable release. The NVIDIA R535 driver brings various new Vulkan extensions, dynamic boost improvements, DMA-BUF v4 Wayland protocol support, better Minecraft (Java Edition) performance for GeForce RTX 3000 series hardware, a memory leak fix for the NVIDIA GLX driver, support for high pixel clock mode timings like 8K@60, suspend-and-resume support when using the NVIDIA GSP firmware, and more.

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The full list of changes in the NVIDIA 535.54.03 Linux stable driver (again, mostly the same as the prior beta) can be found along with download links via NVIDIA.com.
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