CPU not ready in latest Geforce Experience
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Hi there, I've just installed the latest 390.65 drivers and GeForce Experience does not seem to find my I7 8700K compatible. Wanted to check the new game filters thingy but I cannot without sorting this first. Already had the driver wiped, re-installed with and without using DDU, same thing. Oh also tried running GE as administrator, same thing. Any ideas ? https://imgur.com/a/aSmIZ Cheers
Hi there,

I've just installed the latest 390.65 drivers and GeForce Experience does not seem to find my I7 8700K compatible.

Wanted to check the new game filters thingy but I cannot without sorting this first.

Already had the driver wiped, re-installed with and without using DDU, same thing.

Oh also tried running GE as administrator, same thing.

Any ideas ? https://imgur.com/a/aSmIZ


Cheers

#1
Posted 01/10/2018 12:41 AM   
Same problem. i7 8700k, Unsure if its meltdown patch or new driver. I have not tried to roll back driver, but like you I did do a clean install with no luck. *edit* appears to be issue with 390.65
Same problem. i7 8700k,
Unsure if its meltdown patch or new driver. I have not tried to roll back driver, but like you I did do a clean install with no luck.

*edit* appears to be issue with 390.65

#2
Posted 01/10/2018 12:48 AM   
Same problem. Processor Name: Intel Core i7-8700K
Same problem. Processor Name: Intel Core i7-8700K

#3
Posted 01/10/2018 01:20 AM   
Whew! I thought this was just me. Spent almost an hour troubleshooting. I was also getting crashes related to drivers that i never got before installing the latest gpu drivers.
Whew! I thought this was just me. Spent almost an hour troubleshooting. I was also getting crashes related to drivers that i never got before installing the latest gpu drivers.

#4
Posted 01/10/2018 01:31 AM   
https://i.imgur.com/XphhYJp.png same here
https://i.imgur.com/XphhYJp.png


same here

#5
Posted 01/10/2018 01:51 AM   
My i7-8700k is not good enough? [img]https://i.imgur.com/OS36wsC.jpg[/img]
My i7-8700k is not good enough?

Image

#6
Posted 01/10/2018 01:58 AM   
Same with me, I also have an i7 8700k.
Same with me, I also have an i7 8700k.

#7
Posted 01/10/2018 03:45 AM   
Me too. 8700K.
Me too. 8700K.

#8
Posted 01/10/2018 03:51 AM   
Same problem. 390.65 Driver, GeForce 3.11.0.73, 8700k. https://i.imgur.com/KvDN4IK.png.
Same problem. 390.65 Driver, GeForce 3.11.0.73, 8700k. https://i.imgur.com/KvDN4IK.png.

#9
Posted 01/10/2018 03:59 AM   
I'm having the exact same issue, i thought it was just me, re-installed, spent like 50 mins trouble shooting as I rely on geforce experience to run the division properly given its issues since 1.8 :( [url]https://imgur.com/a/jxOd8[/url]
I'm having the exact same issue, i thought it was just me, re-installed, spent like 50 mins trouble shooting as I rely on geforce experience to run the division properly given its issues since 1.8 :(

https://imgur.com/a/jxOd8

#10
Posted 01/10/2018 04:11 AM   
Same issue here, tried uninstalling both GeForce Experience and the driver, and reinstalling with the previous driver, but still same issue..
Same issue here, tried uninstalling both GeForce Experience and the driver, and reinstalling with the previous driver, but still same issue..

#11
Posted 01/10/2018 04:23 AM   
Same issue here. i5-8600k.
Same issue here. i5-8600k.

#12
Posted 01/10/2018 04:56 AM   
Same here (8700K). What's funny is that i reinstalled the OS today. On the old OS, where I had all the updates and installed 390/GFE with DDU, it worked normally. Reinstalled OS, now GFE forgot it seems about a whole series of CPUs.
Same here (8700K).

What's funny is that i reinstalled the OS today. On the old OS, where I had all the updates and installed 390/GFE with DDU, it worked normally. Reinstalled OS, now GFE forgot it seems about a whole series of CPUs.

i7 8700K
MSI Z370 Gaming Plus
ADATA XPG Dazzle 16GB DDR4 3000MHz CL16
GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G
Fujitsu Siemens Amilo LSL3230T 1080p
Windows 10 x64 Professional SCU

#13
Posted 01/10/2018 05:50 AM   
Same issue here. Have 3 new builds, all Z370, 1 MSI, 2 Auros Gaming 7's, 1 8600K, 2 8700K's so it's not board. Win 10 Home on one, Win 10 Pro on other two, all new OS installs on different brands of M.2 NVMe's, all running GTX 1080's and different brands (ASUS, Gigabyte, EVGA)... it's software, Windows or Nvidia.
Same issue here. Have 3 new builds, all Z370, 1 MSI, 2 Auros Gaming 7's, 1 8600K, 2 8700K's so it's not board. Win 10 Home on one, Win 10 Pro on other two, all new OS installs on different brands of M.2 NVMe's, all running GTX 1080's and different brands (ASUS, Gigabyte, EVGA)... it's software, Windows or Nvidia.

#14
Posted 01/10/2018 07:02 AM   
same issue, 8700k
same issue, 8700k

#15
Posted 01/10/2018 07:25 AM   
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