Friday, October 12th 2018

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 416.34 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

NVIDIA today released GeForce 416.34 WHQL "Game Ready" drivers. These drivers provide optimization for "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4" (retail), "Soulcaliber VI," and "GRIP." Among the fixed issues with this release are buggy shadows in "Player Unknown's Battlegrounds," some games launching to a black screen when DSR is enabled, a colorful shimmering line noticed in some games when playing full-screen with G-SYNC enabled, Surround display not being available from NVIDIA Control Panel with Edge browser running, and green screen display corruption on certain games with HDR enabled. Grab the drivers from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: NVIDIA GeForce 416.34 WHQL

The change-log follows.

Game Ready
  • Provides the optimal gaming experience for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, SOULCALIBUR VI, and GRIP.
Fixed Issues
  • Games launch to a black screen when DSR is enabled. [2411501]
  • Some games produce red/green/blue shimmering line when played in full-screen mode and with G-SYNC enabled. [2041443]
  • [Windows Defender Application Guard][vGPU][Surround]: Surround cannot be enabled from the NVIDIA Control Panel when running Edge Browser with Application Guard over vGPU. [200444614]
  • [PUBG]: Issue with shadows may occur in the game. [2414749]
  • When HDR is enabled, games show green corruption. [2400448]
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11 Comments on NVIDIA Releases GeForce 416.34 WHQL Game Ready Drivers

#1
Ferrum Master
Soulcaliber
Auto correct flaw.

It is Soulcalibur.

Pretty much nailed Geralt moves.
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#2
Upgrayedd
Just grabbed these because Win10 updated itself and decided that I would rather auto update drivers now after I told it hell naw for months. Started my PC and started getting a bunch of screen flashes and I knew what happened..I knew right then and there this pos was making its own decisions. So I just reinstalled all my old saved drivers and changed the setting back..why tf do they let it revert back after Win10 updates? its torturous..
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#3
Prima.Vera
Sooo, the golden question is, are those optimisations for 20x0 series ONLY, or for the older generations also?? ;);););)
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#4
Mussels
Moderprator
"Prima.Vera said:
Sooo, the golden question is, are those optimisations for 20x0 series ONLY, or for the older generations also?? ;);););)
nvidia have never released drivers that only worked for one specific series, so why expect that now?
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#5
Tomgang
Good. Hope they fixet dsr black screen then. Cause i got that with the latest driver before it in far cry 5 and before that it worked flawless.
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#6
MT66
The soul still burns.
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#7
Luke51087
I am pretty sure i have seen that weird gsync issue happening in WOW every once in a while. Hopefully these will fix it
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#8
umageddon
On my emulation machine I have a GTX 770 and noticed 411.63 drivers would cause a green screen. Couldnt even access safe mode without console commands (ugh WIN10). Pain in the ass and dont feel like attempting again with these unless its fixed. Anyone know if its fixed?
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#9
Vayra86
"umageddon said:
On my emulation machine I have a GTX 770 and noticed 411.63 drivers would cause a green screen. Couldnt even access safe mode without console commands (ugh WIN10). Pain in the ass and dont feel like attempting again with these unless its fixed. Anyone know if its fixed?
They've had a few crappy drivers and 411.70 was the fix for that, so likely yes.
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I wonder how 416.34 compares, they've done a great job dropping the frame rate on a 1060 6gb - I might revert to 399.24 on my 1080 ti.
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#11
Prima.Vera
"Mussels said:
nvidia have never released drivers that only worked for one specific series, so why expect that now?
I was talking about the "optimizations" only. Do they still do that for older generation cards, or those drivers are pointless?
That was my q.
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