NVidia Fermi Cards Get D3D 12 Support

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If you are on an older card from the Fermi generation (400 and 500 series), then the new Nvidia driver might be intesresting for you. Fermi is the codename for a GPU microarchitecture developed byNvidia, first released to retail in April 2010, as the successor to the Tesla micro-architecture. It was the primary micro-architecture used in the GeForce 400 series and GeForce 500 series.

The new GeForce 384 series graphics drivers added DirectX 12 API support for such GPUs. Support stretches to Direct3D feature-level 12_0 games or applications, and completes WDDM 2.2 compliance for GeForce "Fermi" graphics cards on Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703).

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