NVIDIA graphics driver 471.41 released, officially supporting Microsoft Win11

Last week, Intel introduced a new graphics driver that officially supports the Win11 operating system.


Today, NVIDIA released the GeForce driver version 471.41 that supports Win11 , bringing a new graphics card driver model WDDM 3.0 . Nvidia officially stated that the 471 version of the driver has officially supported Microsoft Win11, and Windows Insider users can update and provide feedback on issues.


According to foreign media Windows Latest, some user feedback, their Win11 computer after the update the driver, the display color depth of 10bit down to 8bit , and therefore there may be some Bug.


It is understood that in addition to supporting Win11, the NVIDIA graphics driver 471.41 has also improved the support for some games, such as “Red Dead Redemption 2” and “Chernobyl (chernobylite)”.


In addition, NVIDIA graphics driver 471.41 also adds two G-SYNC compatible displays, namely Samsung’s LS28AG700N and LC27G50A.


Nvidia graphics driver 471.41 also fixes a series of problems, such as “League of Legends” cannot be launched, and the resolution of some monitors is limited to 640×480.

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