Nvidia gives its Fermi GPUs "legacy status" as it ends mainstream 32-bit driver support

Nicholas Fearn
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Nvidia ends mainstream support for the GTX480 as it focuses support on Kepler, Maxwell, Pascal and Volta architectures

Graphics chip maker Nvidia has confirmed that it is to stop mainstream graphics 32-bit driver support for its range of Fermi GPU GeForce products. Over the weekend, the company revealed that the decision...

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