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DELL GeForce driver 364.97


StefanG3D

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>download now<

 

branch: r364_00-169

 

supports Vulkan API 1.0.8

DriverVer   = 04/14/2016, 10.18.13.6497 ; Timestamp 1460692449990709
CatalogFile = nvdd.CAT
NVIDIA_DEV.1380.105F.10DE = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti"
NVIDIA_DEV.1382.1065.10DE = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 745"
NVIDIA_DEV.13C0.1116.10DE = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980"
NVIDIA_DEV.1401.1138.10DE = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960"
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I saw that someone said that driver 365.10 comes with Vulkan API 1.0.8.1, so about the same.

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You can check it with Vulkan Hardware Capability Viewer

 

Look in Windows Control Panel/Add Remove Programs, scroll to the bottom of the list and it says Vulkan Runtime Libraries and version number and which day you installed it.

I've got both 1.0.8.1 and 1.0.8.0 there. Both installed on 5/2/2016.

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I see what you mean.

But the hotfix developer forgot (?) to add 1.0.8 functionality to drivers 364.96/365.10

 

Meanwhile Vulkan 1.0.11 has been released, so expect new drivers soon.

Maybe after the NVIDIA Special Event this evening nvda.ly/4nrpFT

 

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I see what you mean.

But the hotfix developer forgot (?) to add 1.0.8 functionality to drivers 364.96/365.10

 

Meanwhile Vulkan 1.0.11 has been released, so expect new drivers soon.

Maybe after the NVIDIA Special Event this evening nvda.ly/4nrpFT

 

I'm pretty sure that 365.10 installed my Vulkan 1.0.8.1.

I'd have to do it again to be sure.

 

Would I be able to install Vulkan 1.0.11, or would that not be advised because the driver has to be setup to use it first?

 

EDIT: Nevermind. I just grabbed the 1.0.11 and installed it. So it allows me to.

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Sloppy programming by Nvidia - I seem to have 1.0.3.0 and 1.0.8.1 just now, an ordinary install doesn't necessarily get rid of old versions.

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Sloppy programming by Nvidia - I seem to have 1.0.3.0 and 1.0.8.1 just now, an ordinary install doesn't necessarily get rid of old versions.

You can remove that in Windows Add Remove Programs if you want.

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Uninstall Tool or Advanced Uninstaller or something similar that does remove the leftovers, too. Windows Remove Programs sucks.

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