New Nvidia Video Driver Supports Linux Kernel 3.3

Also brings support for Nvidia 3D Vision displays!

By on March 23rd, 2012 06:51 GMT

A few hours ago, March 22nd, Nvidia released version 295.33 of its graphics driver for Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD operating systems.

Nvidia 295.33 brings support for the GeForce GTX 680, GeForce GT 630M and GeForce GT 620 GPUs, it fixes H.264 decoding of video streams in VDPAU, fixes DisplayPort audio issue on GeForce GT 520 cards, and support for recent Linux kernels.

Among other features in Nvidia 295.33 we can mention support for 3D Vision ready displays with a built-in Nvidia 3D Vision infrared emitter and some other small fixes. For more details read the entire changelog here.

Nvidia 295.33 is available right now (see download links below) for Linux, BSD and Solaris operating systems, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.

Download Nvidia Display Driver 295.33 for Linux 32-bit right now from Softpedia.

Download Nvidia Display Driver 295.33 for Linux 64-bit right now from Softpedia.

Download Nvidia Display Driver 295.33 for FreeBSD right now from Softpedia.

Download Nvidia Display Driver 295.33 for Solaris right now from Softpedia.

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