Official 388.13 Game Ready WHQL Display Driver Feedback Thread (Released 10/30/17)
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Our new GeForce Game Ready 388.13 WHQL drivers provides the optimal gaming experience for Call of Duty: WWII, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Need for Speed Payback. [url]https://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/call-of-duty-wwii-game-ready-driver[/url] To download and install, simply fire up GeForce Experience and click the "Drivers" tab. [u][b]Providing Feedback:[/b][/u] This is a peer to peer support forum. While we try to read every end user feedback, we are unable to provide support to each and every user through the forums. If you require a response to a support inquiry, please visit the NVIDIA Support website where our Live Chat NVIDIA Customer Care team is available 24/7: [url]http://www.nvidia.com/support[/url] To report a software issue, please fill out the NVIDIA driver feedback form. This will help us collect the specific information needed to reproduce your issue and prioritize driver fixes: [url]http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=6e7ea6bb4a02641fa8f07694a40f8ac6[/url] You are also welcome to discuss driver issues or leave suggestions in this thread however please keep comments family friendly. Any personal attacks towards other forum users or obscene language will be deleted. You are free to disagree with others. If you believe you have been insulted by another user, please report post to a Mod but do not retaliate. Most software issues are specific to a users system configuration. If you seek assistance from other users on this board, we suggest providing as much information as possible including: [.]System information[/.] [.]Regression information. Does your issue occur with the last driver?[/.] [.]For corruption/display issues, please include screenshots showing the in game graphics settings used and any NVIDIA Control Panel settings that you have changed from the default settings[/.] [.]Is your screen flashing/losing signal? Most monitors ship with inexpensive video cables. If you are pushing the limits of cable technology (eg 4K resolution, high refresh rate, etc.) and you are experiencing flashing/loss of signal, consider swapping your video cable for a VESA complaint cable rated for your display. We also recommend keeping your video cable to around 6 feet.[/.] [.]For stability issues, if your graphics card is factory/manually overclocked, does the issue go away if you lower your clock speeds to NVIDIA reference clock speeds[/.] No trolling or posts aimed at baiting users into an argument with you. Users who violate this rule repeatedly will be permanently banned.
Our new GeForce Game Ready 388.13 WHQL drivers provides the optimal gaming experience for Call of Duty: WWII, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Need for Speed Payback.

https://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/call-of-duty-wwii-game-ready-driver

To download and install, simply fire up GeForce Experience and click the "Drivers" tab.

Providing Feedback:
This is a peer to peer support forum. While we try to read every end user feedback, we are unable to provide support to each and every user through the forums. If you require a response to a support inquiry, please visit the NVIDIA Support website where our Live Chat NVIDIA Customer Care team is available 24/7:

http://www.nvidia.com/support

To report a software issue, please fill out the NVIDIA driver feedback form. This will help us collect the specific information needed to reproduce your issue and prioritize driver fixes:

http://surveys.nvidia.com/index.jsp?pi=6e7ea6bb4a02641fa8f07694a40f8ac6

You are also welcome to discuss driver issues or leave suggestions in this thread however please keep comments family friendly. Any personal attacks towards other forum users or obscene language will be deleted. You are free to disagree with others. If you believe you have been insulted by another user, please report post to a Mod but do not retaliate.

Most software issues are specific to a users system configuration. If you seek assistance from other users on this board, we suggest providing as much information as possible including:

  • System information
  • Regression information. Does your issue occur with the last driver?
  • For corruption/display issues, please include screenshots showing the in game graphics settings used and any NVIDIA Control Panel settings that you have changed from the default settings
  • Is your screen flashing/losing signal? Most monitors ship with inexpensive video cables. If you are pushing the limits of cable technology (eg 4K resolution, high refresh rate, etc.) and you are experiencing flashing/loss of signal, consider swapping your video cable for a VESA complaint cable rated for your display. We also recommend keeping your video cable to around 6 feet.
  • For stability issues, if your graphics card is factory/manually overclocked, does the issue go away if you lower your clock speeds to NVIDIA reference clock speeds
  • No trolling or posts aimed at baiting users into an argument with you. Users who violate this rule repeatedly will be permanently banned.

    We can't fix your bug if we can't reproduce it. Please provide as much details as possible including specs, steps to reproduce, graphics settings used, etc..

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    #1
    Posted 10/27/2017 06:48 PM   
    Issues and updates: -Some TVs EDID reports incorrect support for 12bpc or 10pbc colors format but can't actually support this format. Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the OS now configures by default the display to its highest reported capability requesting the driver to send 12bpc or 10bpc format where it was using 8bpc in the previous release resulting in color corruptions. To avoid this issue, manually configure your display to 8bpc. -Using power monitoring in GPU monitoring tool causes FPS microstutter -Graphics corruption in Tom Clancy's The Division with R387 drivers -NVIDIA custom color settings are reset on reboot/cold boot after upgrading to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on some systems
    Issues and updates:
    -Some TVs EDID reports incorrect support for 12bpc or 10pbc colors format but can't actually support this format. Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the OS now configures by default the display to its highest reported capability requesting the driver to send 12bpc or 10bpc format where it was using 8bpc in the previous release resulting in color corruptions. To avoid this issue, manually configure your display to 8bpc.
    -Using power monitoring in GPU monitoring tool causes FPS microstutter
    -Graphics corruption in Tom Clancy's The Division with R387 drivers
    -NVIDIA custom color settings are reset on reboot/cold boot after upgrading to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on some systems

    We can't fix your bug if we can't reproduce it. Please provide as much details as possible including specs, steps to reproduce, graphics settings used, etc..

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    #2
    Posted 10/27/2017 10:02 PM   
    [b]23.21.13.8813 & r388_10-4[/b] @ManuelGuzmanNV The King of Fighters XIV (Steam Edition) game ready driver & GFE optimization are still not available. Launching a media player application that uses GPU-enhanced decoding in exclusive full-screen mode or playing Doom (2016) & Dota 2 Vulkan mode produces a black screen & without mouse cursor. P.S. "madVR + MPC-HC (FSE Mode) + LAVFilters w/ D3D11 (Native)" Alt + Tab out can cause some green artifact glitches for certain games in exclusive full-screen mode too. [IMG]http://i64.tinypic.com/2dh8olg.png[/IMG] Thanks for the NBA 2K18 game profile.
    23.21.13.8813 & r388_10-4

    @ManuelGuzmanNV

    The King of Fighters XIV (Steam Edition) game ready driver & GFE optimization are still not available.

    Launching a media player application that uses GPU-enhanced decoding in exclusive full-screen mode or playing Doom (2016) & Dota 2 Vulkan mode produces a black screen & without mouse cursor.

    P.S. "madVR + MPC-HC (FSE Mode) + LAVFilters w/ D3D11 (Native)"

    Alt + Tab out can cause some green artifact glitches for certain games in exclusive full-screen mode too.

    Image

    Thanks for the NBA 2K18 game profile.
    HDR still broken on my HDR monitor with DP1.4 1440P 144hz. HDR go's on with my monitor but with bad colors in HDR games. The colors are lesser vivid/saturated and looks more like HDR dektop colors. With HDR of i getting mutch better colors.
    HDR still broken on my HDR monitor with DP1.4 1440P 144hz.
    HDR go's on with my monitor but with bad colors in HDR games. The colors are lesser vivid/saturated and looks more like HDR dektop colors. With HDR of i getting mutch better colors.

    #4
    Posted 10/30/2017 01:55 PM   
    Stuttering, framedrops and G-Sync tearing on Desktop 1080TI, 6700K, Windows 10 1709 with this driver (and every other driver newer than 385.69). Edit: It was version 387.92 which introduced the severe stuttering and G-Sync tearing. Frametime with 388.13 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps): [URL=http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171030/hmx6gkwo.jpg][IMG]http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171030/hmx6gkwo.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Frametime with 387.92 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps): [URL=http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171030/6ub664sx.jpg][IMG]http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171030/6ub664sx.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Frametime with 385.69 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps): [URL=http://fs5.directupload.net/images/171030/qstk2b6s.jpg][IMG]http://fs5.directupload.net/images/171030/qstk2b6s.jpg[/IMG][/URL] (frametime was captured with just staring at the pillar) This older driver at least has no G-Sync tearing and only slight stuttering. Edit: Updated screenshots without G-Sync and framelimiter: Frametime with 388.13 on Wolfenstein II (no G-Sync, no V-Sync, no framelimiter): [URL=http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171031/rvbdymm9.jpg][IMG]http://fs1.directupload.net/images/171031/rvbdymm9.jpg[/IMG][/URL] Frametime with 385.69 on Wolfenstein II (no G-Sync, no V-Sync, no framelimiter): [URL=http://fs5.directupload.net/images/171031/dql5yp9c.jpg][IMG]http://fs5.directupload.net/images/171031/dql5yp9c.jpg[/IMG][/URL]
    Stuttering, framedrops and G-Sync tearing on Desktop 1080TI, 6700K, Windows 10 1709 with this driver (and every other driver newer than 385.69).

    Edit:
    It was version 387.92 which introduced the severe stuttering and G-Sync tearing.

    Frametime with 388.13 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps):
    Image

    Frametime with 387.92 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps):
    Image

    Frametime with 385.69 on Wolfenstein II (G-Sync active, RTSS framelimiter @140fps):
    Image

    (frametime was captured with just staring at the pillar)

    This older driver at least has no G-Sync tearing and only slight stuttering.

    Edit:
    Updated screenshots without G-Sync and framelimiter:

    Frametime with 388.13 on Wolfenstein II (no G-Sync, no V-Sync, no framelimiter):
    Image

    Frametime with 385.69 on Wolfenstein II (no G-Sync, no V-Sync, no framelimiter):
    Image

    #5
    Posted 10/30/2017 01:58 PM   
    Thank you for the frequent driver updates^^
    Thank you for the frequent driver updates^^

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    #6
    Posted 10/30/2017 02:02 PM   
    Did you fix the chrome black screen when minimize in videos?
    Did you fix the chrome black screen when minimize in videos?

    #7
    Posted 10/30/2017 02:06 PM   
    Resolve tdp issue that increase temps in idle mode?
    Resolve tdp issue that increase temps in idle mode?

    #8
    Posted 10/30/2017 02:12 PM   
    No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC 4790k 1080 ti 16 gig windows 10 FCU
    No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less

    Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC
    4790k
    1080 ti
    16 gig
    windows 10 FCU

    #9
    Posted 10/30/2017 02:35 PM   
    [quote="rainbowsixinch"]No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC 4790k 1080 ti 16 gig windows 10 FCU [/quote] MS is to blame. FCU updates 1709 is Totally shit.
    rainbowsixinch said:No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less

    Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC
    4790k
    1080 ti
    16 gig
    windows 10 FCU



    MS is to blame. FCU updates 1709 is Totally shit.

    #10
    Posted 10/30/2017 02:48 PM   
    Unfortunately no fix for the not applied color changes in the NVCP after a reboot, no fix for the black screen in Project CARS 2 and no fix for the GSync stuttering.. :(
    Unfortunately no fix for the not applied color changes in the NVCP after a reboot, no fix for the black screen in Project CARS 2 and no fix for the GSync stuttering.. :(

    #11
    Posted 10/30/2017 03:00 PM   
    [quote="cofromdeath"][quote="rainbowsixinch"]No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC 4790k 1080 ti 16 gig windows 10 FCU [/quote] Agreed MS is to blame for this problem, not that FCU is fully shit. I wonder if this person has tried to disable fullscreen optimization? MS is to blame. FCU updates 1709 is Totally shit. [/quote]
    cofromdeath said:
    rainbowsixinch said:No improvements, still can't play in windowed fullscreen mode on any game. Stutter 30 fps or less

    Acer x34, 3440 x 1440, 100hz GSYNC
    4790k
    1080 ti
    16 gig
    windows 10 FCU



    Agreed MS is to blame for this problem, not that FCU is fully shit. I wonder if this person has tried to disable fullscreen optimization?
    MS is to blame. FCU updates 1709 is Totally shit.

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    #12
    Posted 10/30/2017 03:00 PM   
    No sli profile for cod ww2.
    No sli profile for cod ww2.

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    #13
    Posted 10/30/2017 03:21 PM   
    Gone back to 388, this driver is causing some strange lighting in Assassins Creed Origins and stuttering that was not present in the previous driver....
    Gone back to 388, this driver is causing some strange lighting in Assassins Creed Origins and stuttering that was not present in the previous driver....

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    #14
    Posted 10/30/2017 03:38 PM   
    [quote="GoneKeyboard"]Did you fix the chrome black screen when minimize in videos?[/quote] FYI, I don't have this issue & can't reproduce it. By the way, I'm using 16299.19. Did you set Adaptive mode for Google Chrome? 17025 Preview - We fixed the issue where if you RDP into a PC running this build with certain GPU configurations, when you go to sign in to the PC locally it will appear stuck at a black screen with only the cursor available. - We fixed an issue where toggling some DX9/DX10/DX11 games between windowed and fullscreen (for example using Alt + Tab) could result in the game window become black on certain PCs.
    GoneKeyboard said:Did you fix the chrome black screen when minimize in videos?


    FYI, I don't have this issue & can't reproduce it. By the way, I'm using 16299.19.

    Did you set Adaptive mode for Google Chrome?


    17025 Preview

    - We fixed the issue where if you RDP into a PC running this build with certain GPU configurations, when you go to sign in to the PC locally it will appear stuck at a black screen with only the cursor available.

    - We fixed an issue where toggling some DX9/DX10/DX11 games between windowed and fullscreen (for example using Alt + Tab) could result in the game window become black on certain PCs.
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