NVIDIA has released a fresh update to their stable driver series for Linux with 515.86.01 with some fixes.
Here's what's changed in version 515.86.01:
- Updated the nvidia-settings control panel to correctly limit the allowed values for GPUTargetFanSpeed to match the existing valid fan speed ranges for supported NVIDIA GPUs. The valid ranges are 30%-100% for Ampere or newer GPUs, and 1%-100% for older GPUs.
- Fixed a regression in 515.76 that caused blank screens and hangs when starting an X server on RTX 30 series GPUs in some configurations where the boot display is connected via HDMI.
- Fixed a bug where Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered would sometimes crash with Xid 13 errors on Turing and later.
They're also being a bit confusing on the 525.53 that went into Beta earlier this month. Depending on where you look it's either Beta or it's not — both links are the same driver on different pages and one shows it not in Beta. Seems not even NVIDIA know what their own drivers are doing huh?