Nvidia Releases New Linux Graphics Driver with Many Improvements and Bug Fixes

The Nvidia 435.21 proprietary graphics driver brings experimental, initial support for runtime D3 (RTD3) power management on Turing notebook GPUs, along with all the neccessary implementation to the nvidia-bug-report.sh script to collect required runtime D3 (RTD3) power management information and ACPI tables (if acpidump tool is available) for debugging. Also new in the Nvidia 435.21 graphics driver is support for changing the Digital Vibrance function in the display controls section of nvidia-settings on Turing hardware, support for Vulkan and OpenGL/GLX graphics technologies for the PRIME Render Offload feature, and an updated nvidia-installer to make it compatible with precompiled kernel interfaces.