Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by MonarchX, May 5, 2018.
I couldn't find anything...
Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) includes WDDM 2.4.
Yeah, I know... I was asking about what was known about versions 2.3 and 2.4, aside from the fact that they existed...
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I found these changes after scrummaging through some headers and I've probably missed a few things...
additional d3d memory allocation types
SDR White Level control
Arbitrary Code Guard
configurable DisplayRender timings
detachable adapter support
display configuration support
source owner support
protected device session
process device removal (checks if the process using the adapter can recover from graphics device removal)
device guid lookup support
version query (bios/architecture information)
perfdata query (clock frequencies (current/max/OC), voltage (current/max/OC), memory frequency, memory bandwidth, PCIE bandwidth, fan RPM, power usage, temperature (max/warning), power override status)
Thanks! At least now I know I am not missing out on any kind of worthy optimizations. It looks like it implemented as OS defaults what video drivers and tools have been offering for a long time now.