it depends on the hardware device ID number (ah that "hardware ID" info I like to ask people about sometimes which that kind of info is a "goldmine" to me - they can follow the instructions from this site) of your Realtek HD audio device (so yes certain Realtek chipsets with certain hardware IDs may function with other FFxx drivers than just plain FF00 drivers)
what kind of MSI motherboard are you using?
so far 8934 HDA is not available in FF00 version (unless either Realtek sends it to MS to post on MS update or other PC manufacturers beside HP & Lenovo ask for it)
BTW, what exactly determines the use of a specific FF0X version? does it require extra hardware or it just depends on the specific realtek chip on your mobo?
for example, my MSI mobo has a Realtek 889 chip, i've been using FF00 drivers.
I mean, why are the specific APO/cx/fortemedia/whatever features not actived on a regular system?
just released from MS on 6/3/2020 - v6.0.8934.1 FF01 HDA "generic" X64 on MS Update Catalog (149.4Mb cab download)
WHQL for 64bit Windows from Win7 to Win10
you should be fine, jvidal. either FF01 or FF04 of 8934 HDA version will work on your computer (there is no FF00 version of 8934 HDA yet)
it's just that the FF04 version benefits mostly Compaq/HP brand PCs as they make use of the Conexant APO files
for FF01, some HP & most Lenovo machines make use of the Fortemedia APO files
otherwise, generic FF01 & FF04 versions function like FF00 on other brand PCs using Realtek audio