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2 months 4 days ago #2318 by Fernando

SM-003 wrote: So from Kaby Lake i.e 7th gen, no Skylake 6th gen 510 & 520 support for this?

Yes, the Skylake iGPUs are not supported by these new drivers.

MB: ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Prof. Gaming i7, CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K, Disk Drives: 250 GB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe SSD + 1 TB Samsung 850 EVO SATA SSD, Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 530, OS: Win10 Pro x64

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2 days 13 hours ago #2554 by SM-003
the latest intel HD driver that's posted here in StationDriver is v27.20.100.7508 Dated-30th Oct 2019, anyone knows the changelog for this latest one?

Also, the v 27.20.100.7508 is outdated i.e. 30th Oct 2019 but newer in version,
whereas v26.20.100.7529 is newer dated i.e 13th Nov 2019, but older as the build version (26 compared to 27).

Which one should be used in between these two in the latest Win10 v1909 AKA November 2019 Update?

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2 days 12 hours ago - 2 days 12 hours ago #2555 by Pacman

SM-003 wrote: the latest intel HD driver that's posted here in StationDriver is v27.20.100.7508 Dated-30th Oct 2019, anyone knows the changelog for this latest one?

Also, the v 27.20.100.7508 is outdated i.e. 30th Oct 2019 but newer in version,
whereas v26.20.100.7529 is newer dated i.e 13th Nov 2019, but older as the build version (26 compared to 27).

Which one should be used in between these two in the latest Win10 v1909 AKA November 2019 Update?


26.20.100.xxxx is WDDM 2.6
27.20.100.xxxx is WDDM 2.7

It is not correct saying that 27.20.100.7508 is outdated since the is no newer WDDM 2.7 driver,
and it is working very well for me on Win10 1909.
There is no changelog, it is from WU, found by Laptopvideo2go.com.
Last edit: 2 days 12 hours ago by Pacman.

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2 days 11 hours ago - 2 days 11 hours ago #2556 by SM-003

Pacman wrote:

SM-003 wrote: the latest intel HD driver that's posted here in StationDriver is v27.20.100.7508 Dated-30th Oct 2019, anyone knows the changelog for this latest one?

Also, the v 27.20.100.7508 is outdated i.e. 30th Oct 2019 but newer in version,
whereas v26.20.100.7529 is newer dated i.e 13th Nov 2019, but older as the build version (26 compared to 27).

Which one should be used in between these two in the latest Win10 v1909 AKA November 2019 Update?


26.20.100.xxxx is WDDM 2.6
27.20.100.xxxx is WDDM 2.7

It is not correct saying that 27.20.100.7508 is outdated since the is no newer WDDM 2.7 driver,
and it is working very well for me on Win10 1909.
There is no changelog, it is from WU, found by Laptopvideo2go.com.


Okay so the only diff in between these v26 & v27 is WDMM newer version, I didn't know that, that's something new, at least for me & making sense. So, which one 'd be the best to be used in Win10 1909? v26 or v27?
Also, does Nvidia released any new WDDM 2.7 driver? I'm using the latest Nvidia Geforece Driver 441.41 [26.21.14.4141] dated 20th Nov 2019 and upon checking, the WDDM version is still showing 2.6
Last edit: 2 days 11 hours ago by SM-003.

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1 day 17 hours ago #2559 by SevenOptimus

SM-003 wrote: Okay so the only diff in between these v26 & v27 is WDMM newer version, I didn't know that, that's something new, at least for me & making sense. So, which one 'd be the best to be used in Win10 1909? v26 or v27?
Also, does Nvidia released any new WDDM 2.7 driver? I'm using the latest Nvidia Geforece Driver 441.41 [26.21.14.4141] dated 20th Nov 2019 and upon checking, the WDDM version is still showing 2.6


WDDM 2.7 is only officially supported in Win10 20H1 (or "2004"). But the v27 driver still seems to be working fine in 1909. NVIDIA are producing WDDM 2.7 drivers, but you can only get them through Windows Update, and only if you are using an Insider build of 20H1/2004.

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