This page provides links to both general release drivers that support OpenGL 4.6, and developer beta drivers that support upcoming OpenGL features.
Right-click on the RNDIS entry in Device Manager and select Update driver. Select Browse my computer for driver software. A generic RNDIS driver is included with Windows 10 and is located on the computer. Select Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer and press the Next button. Download Windows 10. Before updating, please refer to the Windows release information status for known issues to confirm your device is not impacted.
OpenGL 4.6 support is available for Windows and Linux in our general release drivers available here:
Windows driver version 426.02 and Linux driver version 418.52.18 provide new features for OpenGL developers to test their upcoming OpenGL applications.
NVIDIA provides full OpenGL 4.6 support and functionality on NVIDIA GeForce and Quadro graphics card with one of the following Turing, Volta, Pascal, Maxwell (first or second generation) or Kepler based GPUs:
The OpenGL 4.6 specifications can be downloaded from http://www.opengl.org/registry/.
For any bugs or issues, please file a bug through the developer website: https://devtalk.nvidia.com/
GPUs with the new Turing architecture have many new OpenGL extensions giving developers access to new features.
July 29th, 2019 - Windows 426.02, Linux 418.52.18