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New nVidia Linux Display Drivers

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Cameron Wilmot | Dec 11, 2002 at 9:07 pm CST (0 mins, 21 secs time to read)

nVidia released a bunch of new Linux display drivers for a whole range of different distributions including RedHat and Mandrake, giving AGP 8x and nForce2 support to the Linux platform.

Release Highlights:

- OpenGL 1.4 with CineFX architecture support

- Support for AGP 8x and nForce2 IGP

- Support for index overlays on Quadro4 to support legacy applications

- Support for separate X screens on nView enabled GPUs

- GLX 1.3 support

More information @ nVidia Linux Display Drivers

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