NVIDIA has made available a new GeForce Graphics package, namely version 441.99 Beta, which implements full support for the latest Vulkan 1.2 update including timeline semaphores, descriptor indexing, buffer device address, SPIR-V 1.5, and PRIME Synchronization support for Linux kernel 5.4 and newer.
When it comes to the supported hardware, this release provides functionality on GeForce and Quadro cards that have a Turing, Volta, Pascal, Maxwell (first and second generation) or Kepler based GPUs (all models listed in the Release Notes below).
As for the operating systems, version 441.99 beta consists of 4 (four) downloadable packages: one suitable for the 64-bit variants of Microsoft’s Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 OSes, two for Windows 10 64-bit (standard and DCH), and the other developed for Linux (version 440.48.02 for Linux).
Regarding installation, first ensure this release supports your GPU model, save the appropriate package compatible with your operating system, run it, and wait for the wizard to extract all files required for the upgrade.
Afterward, follow all on-screen instructions for a complete and successful installation; also, it would be a good idea to perform a system reboot to allow all changes to take effect properly. Do not try installing these packages on OSes other than the ones mentioned above as this can lead to various malfunctions.
That said, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Vulkan 1.2 Driver 441.99 Beta, apply it on your computer, and always check our website to be aware when a newer version is available for download.
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