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How does the Geforce Driver version numbering system work?

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For example, version 304 lasted one iteration (304.79) and skipped 305 entirely. Version 310 had six iterations (including two WHQL versions) and then went straight to 313 (and after one iteration to 314).

What the hell do they signify, and does it mean anything for us?
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it must be some internal SVN versioning and when they meet the planned criteria, they release it with the internal version.
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