NVIDIA has made available its 426.06 beta Vulkan GeForce graphics driver, which adds support for VK_KHR_pipeline_executable_properties extension and increases the reporting of Xid errors to include the process ID (PID) accountable for the error.
Regarding supported GPUs, this release applies for TITAN V and Quadro V100 GPUs, certain Turing GPUs, specific types of NVIDIA's Quadro for desktops and notebooks, as well as for the GeForce 1000, GeForce 900, GeForce 900M, GeForce 800M, GeForce 700, GeForce 700M, GeForce 600, and GeForce 600M lineups.
As for the operating systems, the current update is compatible with the 64-bit variants of Microsoft's Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 platforms. Moreover, the producer has additionally provided a 4.52.20 package directed at Linux OSes that is ideal for exactly the same graphics cards.
When it comes to installation, first ensure this release supports your GPU model (look into the description page to make sure of this), save the appropriate package compatible with your computer's bit architecture, run it, and wait for a wizard to extract all files required for the upgrade.
Afterward, follow all on-screen instructions for a complete and successful installation. Also, it would be smart to perform a system reboot to permit all changes to consider effect properly.
That said, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Vulkan Driver 426.06 Beta, apply it on your pc, and try to check our website to be aware when a newer version is available for download.