Available for download the beta driver to take advantage of DirectX 12 for Windows 10.

NVIDIA released the GeForce 352.63 Beta driver recommended for use with all pre-release versions of Windows 10.


Custom-designed to take advantage of the WDDM 2.0 and DirectX 12, these drivers are compatible with all GeForce GPU-based architecture that use “Maxwell” and “Kepler”, then with the GTX 900 series, GTX 700 Series and GTX 600 series.

Previously, Square Enix with the assistance of Microsoft and Graphics creator NVIDIA flaunted an unfathomably passionate and actually great demo at Microsoft’s BUILD 2015 developer gathering. The tech demo depicted human feeling in a significantly novel and realistic way. Square Enix flaunted a continuation of their Agni tech demo from 2012. Running on a powerful system gave by Digital Storm that comprises of four (4) Titan X’s in SLI, the tech demo is an exhibition of the abilities that DirectX 12 can give to a graphics engine. You can read / watch full article here.

Here are the links to download the new GeForce 352.63 Beta for Windows 10 64-bit:

Desktop GPU

Notebook GPU

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