Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by kx11, May 27, 2020.
added links to OP
Interesting no mention of support for Hardware Scheduling and new Windows 10 update this week.
I wanted to test them but gotta swap my mobo/cpu/ram out 10th gen goodness
hardware-accelerated gpu scheduling will be in 450/451 driver brunch, in June or July.
Will wait a day or two for the hotfix.
There is at least mention of the Windows 10 update in the release article at https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/valorant-game-ready-driver/
450.99 is better option for me.
How can Nvidia claim this driver has official Windows 10 May 2020 support but still runs on WDDM 2.6?
They are counting on most people not knowing or caring, which is probably true.
Who ever claimed WDDM 2.7 was mandatory?
Will it not work on Windows 10 20.04?
Of course older or non-supporting drivers will continue to work on 2004, you just won’t be able to access and/or use new WDDM features and a lot of people are looking forward to seeing DX12U and GPU Scheduling in action.
Looking good, so far!
I think Nev was being sarcastic when asking if the drivers would work.
Off to test these and also find out what variable rate super sampling is as that sounds interesting.
It's "branch", not brunch. Also, provide a source or is this just another boring speculation about June/July?
It's mandatory for the DX12U features, which Microsoft and Nvidia just boasted about not that long ago.
Clocks stuck at max on my GTX 1080. Can't remember the last driver where they weren't. Tell a lie, 450.99 idles as normal.