Nvidia has released its GeForce Game Ready 391.24 WHQL-certified drivers, bringing optimizations for the Rare-developed Sea of Thieves that launched earlier today, as well as two new filters for Nvidia Freestyle: Old Film and Tilt-Shift.
However, this release primarily focuses on fixing several bugs and issues introduced with past versions, including the promised fix for Oculus Rift. Here's everything that's fixed:
- [HTC Vive][Oculus Rift]: The VR headset stops working after several launches of the application or after resume from system Hibernate mode.
- [NVIDIA Freestyle]: NVIDIA Freestyle not enabled for supported games.
- [Media Player Classic Home Cinema]: When launching a video, the system stutters momentarily.
- [G-SYNC]: Alt-tabbing windowed games with G-SYNC enabled and V-Sync ON in-game causes stuttering and drop in frame rate.
- [Firefox]: Driver TDR error may occur when using Firefox.
- [Notebook][Surface Laptop]:Blue-screen crash may occur when installing the driver.
- [Volta GPU]: The display flickers continuously after disabling and enabling the GPU using Device Manager, or when rebooting the system
- [GeForce GTX 1060][Rise of Tomb Raider]: Flickering/corruption occurs when opening the in-game options UI.
Windows 10 Issues
- [NVIDIA TITAN V][G-Sync]: G-Sync displays may go blank when switching between different overclocked memory clocks multiple times. 
- [SLI][GeForce GTX 780 Ti]: There is no display output when connecting the DisplayPort and two DVI monitors. 
- [GeForce TITAN (Kepler-based)]: The OS fails after installing the graphics card on a Threadripper-enabled motherboard. 
- [Pascal GPUs][Gears of War 4]: Blue-screen crash may occur while playing the game. 
- [GeForce GTX 1080 Ti][Doom]: The game crashes due to the driver reverting to OpenGL 1.1 when HDR is enabled. 
- Gears of War 4 may randomly crash
- Doom (OpenGL) may crash on launch if HDR is enabled in Windows
- Custom color settings reset on reboot in Windows 10 FCU -> Working with Microsoft on issue
- Starcraft 2 shows black screen on exit on Kepler GPUs
- Dragging some apps from monitor 1 connected to GPU to monitor 2 connected to different GPU may cause driver to crash
The 391.24 WHQL driver can be downloaded via the GeForce Experience app on Windows, or via the links down below. The complete release notes are available here.