NVIDIA has just announced that they will ending driver support for all GeForce GPUs below the GeForce 4xx mark. This means they will be ending support for all non-DX11 based cards so only Kepler, Fermi and Maxwell will have driver support.
NVIDIA’s latest 340 drivers will be the last to bring optimization and new features to all of the DirectX 10-based cards in NVIDIA’s lineup. This includes a majority of the GeForce 8, 9, 100, 200 and 300 series. There are over one hundred products that will be set to legacy status and will not be supported with the upcoming release of the 343 drivers.
NVIDIA will be supporting the products until April 1, 2016, but only in the form of bug fixes that may be necessary.
A full list of products that will cease to receive support have been published on NVIDIA’s website.
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