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INF v6.187


StefanG3D

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Added support for

NVIDIA_DEV.1FB0 = "NVIDIA DGX Display / T1000"
NVIDIA_DEV.1FB1 = "NVIDIA T600"
NVIDIA_DEV.1FB2 = "NVIDIA T400"

via Lenovo 461.55

NB
For drivers without modded INF use TPU NVCleanstall instead. Actually this method is now superior as it adds signing as well.

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Update

NVIDIA_DEV.20B6 = "NVIDIA PG506-232"
NVIDIA_DEV.20B7 = "NVIDIA A30"
NVIDIA_DEV.2231 = "NVIDIA RTX A5000"
NVIDIA_DEV.2237 = "NVIDIA A10G"
NVIDIA_DEV.24B0 = "NVIDIA RTX A4000"

via Linux 465.24.02

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Posted (edited)
There are rumours about re-releasing Ampere GeForce GPUs.
NVIDIA could utilise the "secondary device ID", which is usually primary device ID + 0x40
 
So my wild guess is:

NVIDIA_DEV.2244 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090"
NVIDIA_DEV.2246 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080"
NVIDIA_DEV.24C4 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070"
NVIDIA_DEV.24C6 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti"
NVIDIA_DEV.2543 = "NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060"  - nope it is 2504

 

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