Tuesday, August 7th 2018

NVIDIA Releases the GeForce 398.86 Beta Drivers

NVIDIA today released a small, yet seemingly important enough update to their GeForce driver suite. Shipping under the 398.86 beta version, the new graphics driver specifically addresses an issue whereas Windowed G-Sync mode might stutter after upgrading to Windows 10 April 2018 Update. There's no other declared features in the release notes, so if you've been experiencing this issue, just make the jump. You can grab the drivers below.
DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 398.86 Beta
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11 Comments on NVIDIA Releases the GeForce 398.86 Beta Drivers

#1
cucker tarlson
I can't get g-sync borderless to work since this stupid 1803 update. Maybe this will help.
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#2
Enterprise24
Stay with 391.35 for very looooong time. The best driver for April update and Windows G-Sync.
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#3
trparky
I wonder if it fixes a slight issue that I have with nVidia Fast Sync.
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#4
xorbe
398.86 or 398.96? Title and text disagree.
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#5
ur6beersaway
"xorbe said:
398.86 or 398.96? Title and text disagree.
398.86 is the Beta
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#6
xorbe
"ur6beersaway said:
398.86 is the Beta
Where do I get 398.96 then instead of the beta.
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#8
Nkd
I have a 1080ti and updated over the old drivers for last upgrade. Man it sucked. Never again I will straight update drivers from nvidia again. I couldn't run anything without games crashing. Almost thought it was my card. Ran DDU and reinstalled drivers and all was fixed. Coming from AMD that shit never happened to me, always updated over previous drivers without any issues. Looks like Nvidia has its own problems.
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#10
puma99dk|
"xorbe said:
The post was corrected, it said 398.96 earlier.
I know and I asked u when u asked ;)
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#11
coonbro
"Nkd said:
I have a 1080ti and updated over the old drivers for last upgrade. Man it sucked. Never again I will straight update drivers from nvidia again. I couldn't run anything without games crashing. Almost thought it was my card. Ran DDU and reinstalled drivers and all was fixed. Coming from AMD that shit never happened to me, always updated over previous drivers without any issues. Looks like Nvidia has its own problems.
'' Man it sucked. Never again ''

that's pretty much how I'm looking at computer building in whole . its become a rgb money grabbing crapfest from a fun hobby and great gaming as was in the past
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