Windows 11 Dev channel users can get GeForce 510.10 driver via automatic update

Nvidia released the GeForce Game Ready 471.96 WHQL driver at the beginning of this month, which is currently the latest driver for desktop graphics cards in Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems. According to Nvidia’s plan, the GeForce R495 GA1 driver will be launched on October 4 this year. This is the first GeForce graphics driver that does not support Kepler architecture products and operating systems prior to Windows 10.

Of course, the above is based on Nvidia’s official driver plan. In fact, if you are a Dev channel user of the Windows 11 operating system, through the automatic update method, the current NVIDIA graphics card driver has reached version 510.10. At present, the 510.10 version of the driver can only be obtained through the Dev channel of the Windows 11 operating system, and NVIDIA does not provide this version to other channels.

In addition to Nvidia’s graphics card driver, Intel’s network card has also obtained updated drivers through the automatic update method of the Windows 11 Dev channel, which is also ahead of the official download version provided by Intel. As the time for the official launch of the Windows 11 operating system approaches, Microsoft seems to be accelerating the pace. Perhaps on the Windows 11 operating system, the updated driver can be seen faster in this way.

Via: guru3d