Release 410 is an ‘Optimal Drivers for Enterprise’ (ODE) branch release. ODE branches are dedicated to relatively long term stability for Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certification, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), and Enterprise customers.
Note: Version R410 U1 was limited to partner testing purposes and was not publicly released. What’s New in Version 410 U2
Windows 10 Open Issues in Version R390 U1
- Added support for Windows 10 April 2018 Update (Redstone 4, version 1803)
- Added support for CUDA 10
Includes interoperability with Vulkan 1.1.
- GPUDirect for Video
• Added Vulkan support
• Added DirectX 12 support
- NVIDIA OptiX™ Ray Tracing Engine
- NVIDIA RTX™ Technology
Developer preview for NVIDIA RTX ray tracing technology for DirectX 12. NVIDIA RTX supports the Microsoft DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API on NVIDIA Volta GPUs.
In order to get started with developing DirectX Raytracing applications accelerated by RTX, you'll need the following:
• NVIDIA Volta GPU
• NVIDIA driver version 396 or higher
• Windows 10 April 2018 Update
• Microsoft's DXR developer package, consisting of DXR-enabled D3D runtimes, HLSL compiler, and headers
- Vulkan 1.1
This driver release provides full support for the new Vulkan 1.1 API and passes the Vulkan Conformance Test Suite (CTS) version 22.214.171.124.
Includes interoperability with CUDA 10.0.
- Vulkan HDR for Windows
This driver release supports the Vulkan VK_EXT_swapchain_colorspace and VK_EXT_hdr_metadata extensions allowing applications to output HDR content to HDR displays via the Vulkan APIs.
- Vulkan Ray Tracing Extensions
This driver release provides support (developer preview) for Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions on NVIDIA Volta GPUs.
- [Assimilate Scratch]: The application may crash due to a kernel exception in the NVIDIA OpenGL driver.
If you encounter this issue, roll back the driver to version 385.90, or disable Deep Color within the application as follows:
From the startup screen choose System Settings.
- In the System Settings Dialog, choose the Advanced tab.
- From the list (under Graphics) select "OpenGL: Disable 'deep color'
- Click the boolean button to turn the setting on.
- [Multi-GPU Mosaic]: The secondary GPU does not render video content when played from the Chrome browser in full-screen mode.
- [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.
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