NVIDIA 375.27.15 Vulkan Beta Quietly Released
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 30 March 2017 at 05:44 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Earlier this week NVIDIA quietly released a new version of their Vulkan beta driver for Windows and Linux.

The Linux Vulkan driver beta has been bumped to v375.27.15. Over their other recent Vulkan beta drivers that brought support for the many new Vulkan extensions -- including the KHX extensions -- and various bug fixes, this week's beta brings more changes. The NVIDIA 375.27.15 beta driver release for Linux has SPIR-V compiler bug fixes as well as an updated Vulkan loader. The Vulkan loader now matches v1.0.42.1. The Windows Vulkan beta driver meanwhile was bumped to 377.14.

The Monday driver beta release is available from this developer page. For those not too concerned about Vulkan usage, the 378.13 driver release currently remains the latest stable driver build.
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