actual as in current ?
you can't assume it, only way to test is to have serial console access, and try to boot an initramfs, or the real thing, if you're adventurous enough, since there's a risk of bricking it, hard and soft.
For the Polish market alone, the DWR-960 hardware revision A1 already existed, a project dedicated to Plus / Cyfrowy Polsat operators: the technical data sheet of all the documentation has the date of 2015 while the latest firmware is from 2019 and the Polish site still gives on sale in authorized stores. Long-lived model! And it was also taken into consideration by the OpenWrt open source alternative firmware types.
Unfortunately, however, the search engines bring out the results of the Polish model together with the most recent Italian hardware revision B1 project dedicated to the Postemobile operator. The two revisions are temporally 5 years apart so it is out of the question that they mount the same SoCs so in all respects they are to be considered two totally different models.
Those at TechInfoDepot who filled out the template page with the A1 revision data and the B1 image ran into this confusion.
The version in the OpenWrt wiki should be A1.
The whole thread in the D-Link forum seems to be in italian. You might want to check if this thread contains more usefull information (SoC, RAM, flash, ...).