These days, NVIDIA have released a new steady driver update in addition to an updated Vulkan beta driver and a new OpenGL beta driver.
Beginning with NVIDIA 430.40 which is a steady driver release in their “Extended Lived” branch which consists of these modifications:
- Added help for the following GPUs:
- GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER
- Quadro RTX 3000 with Max-Q Design
- Fixed a driver installation failure in Linux kernel configurations with CONFIG_HOTPLUG_CPU.
- Updated nvidia-bug-report.sh to search the systemd journal for gdm-x-session logs.
- Added help to nvidia-installer for systems which offer ncurses libraries supporting the ncurses widechar ABI only.
They also place out the 418.52.18 Vulkan beta driver, which is exactly where they test out the most current Vulkan characteristics and new extensions. It comes with help for two new extensions added with Vulkan 1.1.117 and a single from Vulkan 1.1.116:
Ultimately, they also just began performing an OpenGL beta driver 418.52.18 (exact same version quantity as the Vulkan beta) which consists of help for “Vulkan-style subgroups extensions” (source):
Note: Presently the OpenGL beta and the Vulkan beta driver are the exact same. Even so, this will probably transform in future. An NVIDIA developer pointed out to us on Twitter, that their schedules aligned for this release.
Busy day for NVIDIA drivers but it really is seriously fantastic to see them promptly release, specifically valuable for developers searching to test out the really most current characteristics of the distinctive APIs.