NVIDIA 346.47 Linux Driver Adds New GPU Support, Fixes Bugs
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 24 February 2015 at 08:40 PM EST. 19 Comments
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One week ahead of GDC2015 where NVIDIA will quite likely be demoing glNext on Linux, they've today introduced the 346.47 binary driver update.

The NVIDIA 346.47 driver is a continuation of the already-stable NVIDIA 346 driver series. With being the continuation of the stable driver series, the 346.47 binary blob doesn't bring too much to the table.

The NVIDIA 346.47 driver for Linux (and FreeBSD and Solaris) brings support for new GPUs, fixes some GLX issues, fixes a Xinerama layout problem, and fixes a DisplayPort audio bug after monitor hot-plugging. The new graphics card support with the 346.47 driver update is on the workstation side for the Quadro K620M and Quadro K2200M while on the consumer side is the mobile GeForce GTX 965M Maxwell part.

More details on NVIDIA's 346.47 binary driver update can be found via this NVIDIA.com page. Stay tuned for more NVIDIA Linux driver advancements in the near future.
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