We only just reported that NVIDIA released its new GeForce Game Ready 352.84 WHQL drivers, but the company has just unleashed its new drivers for Windows 10, too. These new drivers are the world's first WHQL signed drivers for Windows 10, with support for DirectX 12, and the company's GeForce 900, 700 and 600 series video cards.
While there are no games that run in DirectX 12 right now, it's great to see that NVIDIA is not just ready with drivers so early - before Windows 10 is even here - but WHQL signed ones to boot. The company has said: "We're working on DX12 on many fronts. Our engineers are providing drivers, working with game engine providers, and co-developing with Microsoft. We're also helping game developers deploy their DX12 titles".
Team Green continued: "GeForce has been the GPU of choice for key DX12 demos from Microsoft since the API was announced. Combining the world's fastest GPU hardware with a high-quality graphics driver made for the perfect showcase for the next-generation features of Windows 10 and DirectX 12".
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT
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