AMD, NVIDIA and Intel release Windows 10 graphics drivers

Posted on Wednesday, Jul 29 2015 @ 23:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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All major graphics chip makers introduced new DirectX 12 drivers today for Microsoft's Windows 10.

AMD issued the Catalyst 15.7.1 driver, which supports all AMD GCN series (Radeon HD 7000) and newer graphics products.

NVIDIA rolled out the GeForce 353.62 WHQL driver for all supported Windows versions, you can get it over here. This version has a couple of new SLI profiles.
In the new GeForce Game Ready drivers, the following SLI profiles have been introduced:

  • Batman: Arkham Knight - Added SLI profile (previously deployed via GeForce Experience)
  • Hai Zhaqn Shi Jie - Added SLI profile
  • Killing Floor 2 - Added SLI profile
  • Metro: Last Light - Updated SLI profile
  • Motocross - Added SLI profile
  • MotoGP 15 - Added SLI profile
  • Squadron 42: Star Citizen - Updated SLI profile
  • Total War: Arena - Updated SLI profile
  • Then we also have the driver from Intel for HD Graphics, Iris and Iris Pro IGPs.
    This driver includes support for the new Microsoft Windows* 10 operating system and adds new Windows* 10 features including DirectX* 12, PlayReady 3 for 1080p playback, and Miracast. In addition, this driver also adds support for DirectX* 11.3. The graphics, media, and display features supported on Windows* 8.1 for the 4th and 5th Generation Core Processors are also supported on Windows* 10.

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