Widows update and Nvidia driver

What does this do for us Pimax users?

Sorry, windows update 2004 and Nvidia driver 451.48

After the May update, Windows 10 introduced support for the graphics driver architecture version 2.7 (Windows Display Driver Model, WDDM), which made it possible to use hardware acceleration for the GPU scheduler and allow the video card to independently manage the allocation of its video memory. You can enable the new function by going to the “Graphics Settings” section, which is located in the operating system settings. For the new feature to work, you must install graphics drivers that support the new features of Windows. And also have a video card supporting work with the unified shader model version 6.3 (Shader Model): NVIDIA generation Pascal, AMD RDNA and newer. The hardware acceleration of the GPU scheduler works regardless of the graphics API used.