Nvidia Graphics Driver 388.71: PUBG Game Ready support
Nvidia released the graphics driver 388.71 WHQL for Microsoft's Windows operating system today. The graphics driver comes with Game Ready support for the smash hit Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, support for CUDA 9.1, and several driver fixes.
The new driver is already available on Nvidia's official drivers download website, and to users who run the GeForce Experience software on their Windows machines.
It is recommended that you read the following resources carefully before you run the update or installer.
- Disable Nvidia Telemetry tracking on Windows and Software to disable Nvidia Telemetry
- Install only the driver for Nvidia graphics cards
It is highly recommended that you install only the components that you need, and not all of the components. If you don't make use of 3D for instance or have the necessary hardware, you may not want to install the 3D components that the driver comes with.
Nvidia Graphics Driver 388.71
The latest Nvidia graphics driver for Windows comes with support or improvements for the following games and features:
- Game Ready support for PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS.
- Support for CUDA 9.1.
- Added or update SLI profile for Warframe.
- Added or updated 3D Vision profiles for: Black Desert, ELEX, Forza Motorsport 7, JX3 Online, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUND
The new driver fixes several issues that users may have experienced in the past:
- YouTube video flickering in fullscreen mode.
- Video artifacts when pausing videos on YouTube on notebooks.
- Lines that appear across the screen when Windows boots.
- TDR error, screen goes blank while burning a Blu-Ray disc at high resolution on NVIDIA Titan V hardware.
- Driver may not install or be recognized on notebooks with Geforce GTX 1080 hardware.
Nvidia published a list of open issues. It is recommended that you go through the list of open issues before you update the graphics driver or install it on a machine running Windows:
- Star Wars Battlefront II hangs when the game is launched in DirectX 12 API mode on Kepler GPU systems.
- Gears of War 4 players may experience a Bluescreen when they play the game on Pascal GPU systems.
- The operating system may fail after installing a Geforce Titan (Kepler-based) graphics card on a Threadripper-enabled mainboard.
- Systems with GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards may have no display output when the card is connecting the Display Port and two DVI monitors.
- G-Sync displays may go blank on Nvidia Titan V systems when you switch between different overclocked memory clocks several times.
Check out the release notes for the graphics driver release for additional information.Advertisement