NVIDIA 1.0-7667 Linux Display Driver Performance

Written by Michael Larabel in Display Drivers on 22 June 2005 at 01:00 PM EDT. Page 3 of 3. Add A Comment.


Although we only used two different games for benchmarks today, we were able to see a very diminutive, but noticable, difference among the tested drivers. Most importantly though, is that NVIDIA has provided immediate Linux support for its new G70 VPU. As long as the 1.0-7667 NVIDIA drivers are installed, users should have no problems with 3D acceleration on NVIDIA's flagship VPU. We hope that in the future we can expect to see more timed released cycles where we no longer have to wait days or even weeks for Linux support. Remember to stay tuned to Phoronix for our NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX reviews, which should begin popping up within the next couple of weeks.

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