StefanG3D Posted July 28, 2017 Report Share Posted July 28, 2017 This is the first version of the Release 384 branch. Release 384 is an ‘Optimal Drivers for Enterprise’ (ODE) branch release. ODE branches are dedicated to long term stability for ISV certification, OEMs, and Enterprise customers. What’s New in Version R384 U1 This driver adds security updates for driver components. Support added for the following embedded GPUs: Quadro P5000 Quadro P3000 GPU Direct for Video availability expanded to include Quadro P4000 and higher notebook GPUs. New Features Supported Video SDK 8.0 High-bit-depth (10/12-bit) decoding (VP9/HEVC) OpenGL input surface support for encoder Weighted Prediction H.264 ME-only mode enhancements NvWMI Version 2.30 Quadro Sync support for DirectX 12 Added ability to use the NVIDIA Control Panel using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Windows 10 Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 384 U1: This driver adds security updates for driver components. GPU Direct for Video availability expanded to include Quadro P4000 and higher notebook GPUs. [Quadro P4000][Creo 3.0 SPEC APC]: Improved the application graphics composite performance by approximately 15%.Windows 10 Open Issues in Version R384 U1: There is a driver stability issue when installing the driver with Driver Verifier enabled. [Multi-GPU Mosaic][G-Sync]: Applications may hang when using Framelock. [Multi-GPU Mosaic]: Displays go blank upon disabling the Mosaic topology, then the primary GPU is disabled upon restarting the system. [Quadro M6000][Quadro Sync]: Unexpected flashing may appear on the display connected to the second GPU.Please consult your NVIDIA support team for details on resolving this behavior. [Multi-GPU Mosaic][Quadro Sync]: Application corruption and possible blue-screen crash occurs when enabling WARP while Mosaic and Quadro Sync are enabled. If you would like to be notified of upcoming drivers for Windows, please subscribe here.For Quadro Notebook: This is a reference driver that can be installed on supported NVIDIA notebook GPUs. However, please note that your notebook original equipment manufacturer (OEM) provides certified drivers for your specific notebook on their website. NVIDIA recommends that you check with your notebook OEM about recommended software updates for your notebook. OEMs may not provide technical support for issues that arise from the use of this driver. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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