Tag: nvidia

  • How to install nVIDIA drivers 304.64

    These new drivers promise a major boost in performance. Currently there is no PPA support. So you can’t use apt-get or our script. The only way to install the all-new nvidia drivers is via the official nVIDIA website. We will update the the article when PPAs (X-Swat or Xorg-Edgers) will be available with 304.64 package. […]

  • NVIDIA 304.64 (R310) drivers Deliver Massive Performance Boost To Linux Gaming

    NVIDIA today announced the latest NVIDIA® GeForce® drivers — R310 — double the performance and dramatically reduce game loading times for those gaming on the Linux operating system. [button color=”green” link=”https://utappia.org/howto/how-to-install-nvidia-drivers-304-64/”]How to install[/button] The result of almost a year of development by NVIDIA, Valve and other game developers, the new GeForce R310 drivers are designed to give GeForce […]

  • How to fix Steam for Linux video problems

    As you can probably imagine, Steam in Linux issues are related to video drivers. Thus, Valve wants to be ensured that only with the latest binary blob you’ll be able to play Steam games into Ubuntu. So, if you want to become Steam compatible you have to install proprietary nVIDIA or AMD drivers into your […]

  • How to install nVIDIA 310.14 drivers, major changes

    NVIDIA has released a new (beta) Linux graphics drivers for Linux community. The latest beta nVIDIA 310.14 driver is now available for download. This time nVIDIA comes with some new major changes, such as fixing (at laaaast) the Youtube-blue-face bug caused Adobe Flash and libvdpau. Next to that, VDPAU is optimized for significant improvement in moving […]

  • nVIDIA GeForce GTX650 Ti Released – Reviews and Models listed

    Today, nVIDIA released the final retail model of GeForce 600 series card, the GeForce GTX 650 Ti. The GTX 650 Ti is the aptly named successor to last’s years model GeForce GTX 550 Ti, and will occupy the same $150 price point that the GTX 550 Ti launched into. It will sit between the GTX 660 […]

  • How to install nNVIDIA 304.51 drivers in Ubuntu

    Today NVIDIA has released a new (stable) Linux graphics drivers for Linux community. The latest beta nVIDIA 304.51 driver is now available for download and offers support for the new models of GeForce GTX 6xx series, meaning GTX650 and GTX600. Simply put, this is the stable version for 304.48 — the last week’s beta driver. […]

  • nVIDIA 304.48 drivers released – Install Guide

    Today NVIDIA has released a new (beta) Linux graphics drivers for Linux community. The latest beta nVIDIA 304.48 driver is now available for download and offers support for the new models of GeForce GTX 6xx series, meaning GTX650 and GTX600. For more information take a look at the changelog below: [toggle title=”304.48 Changelog”] – Fixed […]

  • nVIDIA explains Adaptive V-Sync using Unigine

    nVIDIA explains Adaptive V-Sync using Unigine

    Nothing is more distracting than framerate stuttering and screen tearing. The first tends to occur when framerates are low, the second when framerates are high. Adaptive V-Sync is a smarter way to render frames.

  • NVIDIA Optimus comes in Linux. Do you like Mpougatsa?

    Not a long time ago in an another operating system not very far away, nVIDIA released their Optimus technology support. Today, we read at Phoronix that these guys are working on the Linux version, while Michael Larabel says: At long last, NVIDIA confirms they are working on supporting their multi-GPU Optimus Technology under Linux with […]

  • nVIDIA Installer script ver 1.1 released

    After several try-outs we have made some serious changes in our NVIDIA installation script. First of all, there is a new option that allows you to switch between X-Swat or Xorg-Edgers repo, meaning stable or beta drivers. Furthermore, the script has been modified in order to work with all Ubuntu version, including devs branch, such […]