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Old 9th January 2019, 16:52   #1  |  Link
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AMD, Intel and Nvidia driver issues and last recommended version

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In this thread you can check for issues with graphic drivers from AMD, Intel and Nvidia.
This thread is meant for use with madVR and its compatible players like Zoom Player, PotPlayer, KMPlayer, MPC-HC and MPC-BE.


Nvidia GeForce

• Note to JVC projector owners with Nvidia GPU
• If you encounter any stuttering issues, use these settings. If that does not eliminate the stutter for you, set how many video frames shall be presented in advance to 1 (madVR settings->rendering->windowed mode and/or exclusive mode).

Game Ready Driver (GRD)
Creator Ready Driver (CRD)
Studio Driver (SD)
Hotfix Driver
Code:
441.28	2019-11-18
441.20	2019-11-12 Nvidia fixed: [HDR]: HDR black levels are grey on LG OLED55C9. [2738708]
441.12	2019-11-04 elevated black levels in HDR and it seems like only LG OLEDs are affected, Nvidia confirmed the bug and will be fixed in next driver version
441.12	2019-11-04 elevated black levels in HDR and it seems like only LG OLEDs are affected, Nvidia confirmed the bug and will be fixed in next driver version
441.08	2019-10-29 elevated black levels in HDR and it seems like only LG OLEDs are affected, Nvidia confirmed the bug
440.97	2019-10-22 elevated black levels in HDR and it seems like only LG OLEDs are affected, Nvidia confirmed the bug
436.48	2019-10-01
436.30	2019-09-10
431.86	2019-09-04
436.15	2019-08-27
436.02	2019-08-20
431.70	2019-07-29
431.60	2019-07-23
431.36	2019-07-09
430.86	2019-05-27
430.86	2019-05-27
430.64	2019-05-09 reverts the output dynamic range to Limited when TV is turned off/on need confirmation of other users!
430.53	2019-04-30 Fixes higher CPU usage by NVDisplay.Container.exe introduced in 430.39 driver
430.39	2019-04-23 Changelog of driver HDR passthrough OK Use this driver if you want to use HDR passthrough on your RTX card, but it seems that 3D support was dropped completely, even 3D MVC isn't sent anymore, possible bug, need more info
425.31	2019-04-11 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
419.67	2019-03-25 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
419.67	2019-03-20 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
419.35	2019-03-05 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
419.17	2019-02-22 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata This version or above needed for GeForce 16 series
418.91	2019-02-14 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
418.81	2019-02-04 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
417.71	2019-01-15 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
417.35	2018-12-12 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
417.22	2018-12-03 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
417.01	2018-11-16 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
416.94	2018-11-13 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
416.81	2018-11-08 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
416.34	2018-10-11 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
416.16	2018-10-04 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
411.70	2018-09-27 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
411.63	2018-09-19 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata This version or above needed for GeForce 20 series
399.24	2018-09-10 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
399.07	2018-08-27 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
398.82	2018-08-01 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
398.36	2018-06-26 HDR passthrough not OK, bogus metadata
398.11	2018-06-05 last version with correct HDR passthrough newer versions passthrough bogus metadata, for details see here | Notice: It seems that madVR doesn't switch to HDR mode anymore with newer updates of Windows 10 
397.93	2018-05-24
397.64	2018-05-09
391.35	2018-03-27
391.24	2018-03-20
391.01	2018-02-26
390.77	2018-01-29
...
385.28	2017-08-14 HDR passthrough OK


AMD Radeon
Code:
• 19.11.3		2019-11-18 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.11.2		2019-11-14 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.11.1		2019-11-04 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.10.2		2019-10-24 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.10.1		2019-10-17 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.10.1		2019-10-07 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.9.3		2019-09-30 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.9.2		2019-09-23 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.9.2		2019-09-12 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.9.1		2019-09-10 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.9.1		2019-09-04 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.8.2		2019-08-26 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.8.1		2019-08-12 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works

• 19.7.5		2019-07-31 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.7.4		2019-07-29 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.7.3		2019-07-25 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.7.2		2019-07-16 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.7.1		2019-07-07 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works

• 19.6.3		2019-06-27 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.6.2		2019-06-24 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.6.2		2019-06-17 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.6.1		2019-06-07 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works

• 19.5.2		2019-06-03 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.5.2		2019-05-22 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works
• 19.5.1		2019-05-13 HDR passthrough OK 3840x2160 59/60Hz 4:2:0 10 bit doesn't work, but up to 50 Hz it works

• 19.4.3		2019-04-22 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.4.2		2019-04-15 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.4.1		2019-04-03 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.3.3		2019-03-20 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.3.2		2019-03-14 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.3.1		2019-03-05 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.2.3		2019-02-25 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.2.2		2019-02-12 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.2.1		2019-02-04 HDR passthrough OK

• 19.1.2		2019-01-24 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.1.1		2019-01-20 HDR passthrough OK
• 19.1.1		2019-01-10 HDR passthrough OK

• 18.12.3		2018-12-19 black screen issue when booting Win10 1809 x64
• 18.12.2		2018-12-12 black screen issue when booting Win10 1809 x64
• 18.12.1.1	2018-12-05
• 18.12.1		2018-11-29

• 18.11.2		2018-11-19
• 18.11.1		2018-11-08

• 18.10.2		2018-10-25
• 18.10.1		2018-10-10

• 18.9.3		2018-10-05
• 18.9.3		2018-09-26
• 18.9.2		2018-09-19
• 18.9.1		2018-09-12

• 18.8.2		2018-08-27
• 18.8.1		2018-08-17
• 18.8.1		2018-08-03
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Old 9th January 2019, 16:53   #2  |  Link
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Let me know the last Nvidia driver without HDR issues and what exact like FSE needed, ... and I can delete older which aren't needed anymore.
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Old 9th January 2019, 16:58   #3  |  Link
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This old one for nvidia works fine for sure: v385.28
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That's an excellent initiative. I've been looking for something like this for a long time since everyone seems to have an opinion on which driver version is the best, some people even using 2 yo+ drivers....

I've been using 417.35 on Win 10 1810 and haven't noticed any issues... NV HDR switches on & off fine, I created a 12bits 2160p23 custom resolution with custom timings CRU and it switches back and forth just fine.

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Do you need Fullscreen Exclusive Mode for NV HDR switching? Does it also work with windowed mode?
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Maybe you should highlight the ones that pass HDR correctly in green or some other color?
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good idea
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any info about 417.71 from 2019.01.15?
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You might have to collect your information from the official support thread. I don't think visibility is too high for other smaller threads.
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That's an excellent initiative. I've been looking for something like this for a long time since everyone seems to have an opinion on which driver version is the best, some people even using 2 yo+ drivers....

I've been using 417.35 on Win 10 1810 and haven't noticed any issues... NV HDR switches on & off fine, I created a 12bits 2160p23 custom resolution with custom timings CRU and it switches back and forth just fine.
And now I quote myself...

When I wrote that last post, I hadn't tried my Sony HW40ES projector on my new setup yet.

Turns out, I forgot newest drivers are unable to create custom resolutions suitable for this projector, even with CRU. But they work fine with my OLED LG C8 TV. Go figure...

Anyway, to create a custom res with my projector, without encountering the "the GPU driver rejected this mode, for unknown reasons" error, I used the 385.28 drivers, whick I picked randomly after reading about them in madvr main topic.

Worked like a charm.
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I use my Intel-IGPU system for around 12 months now and I did not noticed any real driver-problems although I also did not specifically looked for them.
Only Full-RGB produced a too dark picture inbetween but this was fixed soon too.
Besides that the performance is so good now that I have decided to not purchase a new board now but wait for ICE LAKE hopefully early next year.
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The current 417.71 drivers are issue free for me on a RTX 2080 Ti, Win10 1809 17763.253. HDR requires 10-bit output but both D3D11 fullscreen windowed and exclusive work well, with the GPU sending 8-bit RGB HDR to my LG C7P. I can also add a custom mode for 23.976 Hz, optimize it, and madVR will switch to it later.
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I can also add a custom mode for 23.976 Hz, optimize it, and madVR will switch to it later.
Will it remain there after reboot?
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Excellent initiative! I'm still currently using a 1080p SDR screen, so there's not much that I can contribute but I'm often thinking about the nightmare I'll face when I'll upgrade to 4K HDR, driver choice included. Thanks for making that bit a little less daunting.
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Will it remain there after reboot?
On my setup, same drivers, it does.
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Will it remain there after reboot?
It does!
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It does!
Is madVR able to create the custom timing or does CRU have to be used to get 12bit?
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8-bit only. I don't use anything higher, my TV does not like >8-bit input.
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Mine neither lol but was just curious. Thanks:-)
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wtf, none of these works with my 1080ti + win10 1803 + LG OLED TV

Nvidia GeForce Game Ready Driver

417.71 2019-01-15 HDR passthrough OK see here
417.35 2018-12-12 HDR passthrough OK
417.22 2018-12-03
417.01 2018-11-16
416.94 2018-11-13
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