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axiology 11-05-09 05:09 PM

README list of supported cards needs updating
 
I think the README listing of supported cards needs to be updated. In the post announcing the release of 190.42 it lists new Geforce GPU's that are supported, but this is not reflected in the README list of supported GPU's. So I suspect there are a number of other support GPU's not listed in the README as well as those mentioned in the 190.42 post.

Andrew

axiology 11-05-09 05:45 PM

Re: README list of supported cards needs updating
 
Found the list of supported GPU's on the download page, though the README is not up to date.

AaronP 02-26-10 06:57 PM

Re: README list of supported cards needs updating
 
The Solaris driver only supports Quadro GPUs, so they are the only ones listed in the Solaris README.

Zito 04-29-10 03:24 PM

Re: README list of supported cards needs updating
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AaronP (Post 2196700)
The Solaris driver only supports Quadro GPUs, so they are the only ones listed in the Solaris README.

Then please explain me how cards like my 9600 GT or 100M series are work fine?

Next:
Quote:

Originally Posted by AaronP
195.36.24 for Solaris x86/x86_64 released
Release highlights:

* Added support for the Tesla C2050.

Quote:

Originally Posted by http://www.nvidia.com/object/solaris-display-195.36.24.html
# Added support for the following GPUs:

GeForce GTX 480
GeForce GTX 470

..and this three cards are not listed in "Supported products"

Next:
Cards like 300M series are not listen under linux/solaris "supported products". But they work under linux - so i can expect they are work undrer solaris to?


..completly mess

zander 05-14-10 03:58 PM

Re: README list of supported cards needs updating
 
The GeForce products supported by Linux/FreeBSD graphics drivers with matching version numbers will most likely also work with the Solaris graphics drivers (device IDs may need to be added manually), but they're not supported. The NVIDIA Solaris graphics driver officially supports only professional products, as Aaron said.


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