I installed the 64bit-PC daily image from 2012-10-11 (release candidate according to the release schedule) and I can't get my graphics to work properly.
Motherboard: Gigabyte X58A-UD3R rev1
Graphics: nVIDIA GeForce GTX560 (GF114)
Screen: Samsung BX2431 (1920x1080)
During installation, and when I first boot up, my screen is stuck at 1366x768 resolution. I thought I would try to install proprietary drivers to fix this. After installing them though, I am stuck at 1280x1024 and unity no longer starts. I can right click and make a new folder, or change my background, but none of the windows have any borders.
Under System Overview my graphics are listed as:
VESA: GF104B Board - 10410050
It was working fine on ubuntu 12.04.
Any ideas on what I can do? Is nVIDIA still supported in ubuntu?