NVIDIA has just presented a new form of its 460 RTX Production Branch driver (a transition from the Optimal Driver for Enterprise), namely the 462.31 RTX/Quadro graphics update, which adds support for the RTX A5000, RTX A4000, T1000, T600, and T400 GPU models.
In addition to that, the current release includes RTX-acceleration for Topaz Sharpen AI and Denoise AI algorithms, allows noise removal directly in OBS Studio, and adds support for GPU-accelerated NanoVDB for Autodesk Arnold.
Moreover, NVIDIA were able to correct the timestamp returned by Blackmagic Design AV1 decode using NVIDIA CODEC SDK, and fix rendering time for Optix7 V-Ray Fish_School scene (only for Windows 10 users).
In terms of installation, there are two available packages targeted at Windows 10 for both desktops or notebooks (one DCH and one Standard file), as well as additional files suitable for Microsoft’s Windows Server 2012 R2, Server 2016, and Server 2019 platforms (desktops only).
Therefore, if you intend to upgrade, save the proper one for your device, run it, wait because the wizard extracts all files necessary for the installation, and follow all instructions displayed for an entire upgrade.
Last but not least, once completed, it would be a good idea to execute a system reboot to permit all changes to take effect properly. If the task isn’t requested automatically through the wizard, make sure to carry it out manually to avoid any unwanted problems.
In other words, download NVIDIA RTX/Quadro Graphics Driver 462.31, put it on your system and relish the changes this latest version brings about. Also, check our website frequently to remain up to date with the latest releases.