nVidia 430.39 is available for Windows 7 x64 and above and Kepler based cards and above. This driver supports Windows 10 version 1903.
- Mortal Kombat 11
- Strange Brigade
- Includes support GeForce GTX 1650 desktop, and GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 notebook GPUs.
- Adds support for seven new G-SYNC compatible monitors
- Adds support for Windows 10 May 2019 Update (including Variable Rate Shading)
The 3D driver has been removed from 430.39 as nVidia indicated earlier that it was deprecated. There are a few games with intrinsic 3D support and these are not affected.
Some reports of problems downloading the driver. nVidia said to try again as their CDN provider was slow to get a complete copy posted.
2543187-When the 3D Settings page->Vertical Sync setting is set to Adaptive Sync (half refresh rate), V-Sync works only at the native refresh rate after rebooting the system.
200485204-Random crash when playing Sniper Elite 4
200511272-Severe flickering with 3DMark Time Spy
2575392-BeamNG crashes when loading a level
2575536-Shadow of the Tomb Raider crashes when launched in SLI mode after latest patch
2577118-EU/OEM: [EndUser] 430.39: Higher CPU usage for NVDisplay.Container.exe after driver update
NV container is not a problem with the R5 2400G box.
ANNO 1800 DX12 FAULT
Somebody posted an error message in the nVidia forum and there are a few threads on Reddit too. We picked this up to show why.
While nVidia Maxwell is DX12 it is not nearly as good as Pascal for supporting games in DX12. This one of the reasons why the GTX 1060 is so popular with Steam users as it delivers excellent gaming.
AMD and nVidia are presently validating the next lineup of video cards heading into the fall and DX12 support should be marked better.