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I want to get the latest list.

I can't find it on main page of bumblebee.

Is that support GTX670M?

Thank you~

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I think, bumblebee requires the nvidia-current driver. This driver is responsible for supporting graphics chip. Bumblebee support every optimus system as long there is no architectural change. But the driver in ubuntu may not support new chips. See – Web-E Aug 9 '12 at 5:06
Though I am not sure. Lets wait for a better answer. – Web-E Aug 9 '12 at 5:06
Where is the supported driver list by ubuntu not bumblebee? Thank you~ – sam Aug 9 '12 at 7:37
You can see it in Certified hardware list – atenz Aug 9 '12 at 7:55
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From the Bumblebee-Project FAQ page.

How to know if my graphics card is supported?

Bumblebee has two parts: power management and the ability to run programs using the discrete card. The first feature is supported with bbswitch which should be able to support all Optimus models. The ability to use the nvidia card depends on the driver: open-source nouveau and proprietary nvidia..

And from the proprietary nvidia page it does seems to support as

302.17 for Linux x86/x86_64 released Release highlights since 302.11:

Added support for the following GPUs:

    GeForce GTX 670M
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