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GeForce 470.14 CUDA on WSL


StefanG3D

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3/23/2021: Resolved issues with nvidia-smi crashing on some systems.

  • NVIDIA Driver for Windows 10: 470.14
  • WIP build: 21332, WSL Linux kernel 5.4.91

R470.14 (bugfix_main-16911) / 27.21.14.7014 (3-17-2021)

Vulkan API 1.2.170

OpenCL 3.0

This driver is compatible with TPU NVCleanstall 1.8.2 (the Linux runtimes are stored in FileRepository)

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I would like to point that new Nvidia driver 470.14 and also new Intel HD driver 30.0.100.9458 in newest W10 insiser 21343.1000 are finaly Shader Model 6.6 enabled

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  • 1 month later...
On 3/26/2021 at 7:42 PM, Krzyslaw said:

...new Nvidia driver...

Can you check Windows update for 470.46 ?

I see s.o. fooling around with it...

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11 hours ago, StefanG3D said:

Can you check Windows update for 470.46 ?

I see s.o. fooling around with it...

I will check later WU for it. I am currently going to my work. But I will soon check if I will recieve it. I have normally WU disabled but I will fire it up. 

Will report later.

BR

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no new driver for me in WU

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8 hours ago, Krzyslaw said:

no new driver for me in WU

Thanks for the feedback.

Actually i saw that driver in use at GFXbench.

Must be some guinea pig testing a prototype (latest rumour is the RTX 3090 Ti)

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I have asked about the driver on guru3d and I have recieved anwser that drivers were avalible on WU, but were removed beacause of SM 6 bug that made it unusable for developers.

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Maybe flagging R470 as LTSB was a bit hastily 💩

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