Support timeframes for Unix legacy GPU releases

Updated 01/30/2020 08:44 AM

Support timeframes for Unix legacy GPU releases


 

The Linux 390.* legacy driver series is the last to support GF1xx ("Fermi") GPUs.  Support for new Linux kernels and X servers, as well as fixes for critical bugs, will be included in 390.* legacy releases through the end of 2022.

The Linux 340.* legacy driver series is the last to support the G8x, G9x, and GT2xx GPUs, and motherboard chipsets based on them. Support for X.Org xserver version 1.20 was added to the 340.* legacy driver series with version 340.107, and support for Linux kernels up to Linux 5.4 was added with version 340.108. No further releases from the 340.* series are planned.

 

The Linux 304.* legacy driver series is the last to support the NV4x and G7x GPUs and motherboard chipsets based on them. Support for X.Org xserver version 1.19 was added to the 304.* legacy driver series with version 304.134, and support for Linux kernels up to Linux 4.13 was added with version 304.137. No further releases from the 304.* series are planned.

Support for X.Org xserver version 1.15 was added to the 173.14.* legacy driver series with version 173.14.39. No further releases from the 173.14.* series are planned.

Support for X.Org xserver version 1.12 was added to the 96.43.* legacy driver series with version 96.43.23. No further releases from the 96.43.* series are planned.

No further releases from the 71.86.* legacy driver series are planned.

For more information about the GPUs supported by each Legacy GPU driver series, please see: http://www.nvidia.com/object/IO_32667.html

NOTE: this list is specific to Unix drivers. For Windows information, click here: EOL Windows driver support for legacy products

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