NVIDIA Rolled Out 398.82 WHQL-certified GeForce Game Ready Driver

May. 20, 2020 / Updated by Bessie Shaw to News

NVIDIA has released a new WHQL-certified GeForce Game Ready driver (Version 398.82) on August 1, 2018 to optimize the gaming experience for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and Monster Hunter: World. It’s been over a month since the last released driver update. Now the Version 398.82 WHQL driver is available to download on NVIDIA’s official website. It is compatible with Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7.

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    Every update would bring something new, and the Version 398.82 WHQL driver is no exception. Let’s see what is new in the Version 398.82 WHQL driver.

    What’s New in the Version 398.82 Driver?

    As a Game Ready driver, the Version 398.82 is created to provide the best possible gaming experience for all major games, especially Virtual Reality games.

    Highlights:

    1. It provides the optimal gaming experience for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and Monster Hunter: World.

    2. The following SLI profiles are added or updated:

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

  • World of Warcraft

  • 3. The following 3D Vision profiles are added or updated:

  • Monster Hunter World - Not recommended

  • 4. The following compatibility mode profiles are added or updated:

  • Monster Hunter World - Excellent

  • Fixed Issues in Version 398.82

  • [Surround][G-SYNC]: In Surround mode, the G-SYNC link in the NVIDIA Control Panel is missing. [200425004]

  • [Surround]: 1×3 Surround configuration cannot be set from the NVIDIA Control Panel. [200415178]

  • [SLI][GeForce GTX 1080][G-SYNC][World of Warcraft: Legion][HDR]: Severe color corruption appears in the game after launching with the Windows HDR setting enabled. [200418344]

  • [SLI][Dark Souls Remastered]: Ghosting occurs in the game when using in-game temporal anti-aliasing. [2218297]

  • [NVIDIA Control Panel][Surround]: NVIDIA Surround hotkeys do not work. [200394749]

  • [Dead by Daylight][GeForce Experience]: NVIDIA Freestyle does not work with the game. [2116198]

  • [GeForce GTX 1080 Ti][GameStream]: White dots may appear while Gamestreaming on overclocked GPU. [2194899]

  • [Unreal Engine 4]: Resource creation leak occurs in the driver when running Unreal Engine 4 games. [2204854]

  • [Wolfenstein II]: Graphical effects are missing in the game. [2248780]

  • [G-Sync][Multiple Apps]: Applications don’t run in IFlip when using the native resolution, preventing G-Sync from triggering. [200416974]

  • [Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus]: Black textures appear in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. [200419742]

  • [GeForce GTX 1080]: Dolby Vision no longer works after updating LG TV firmware to 4.70.x. [200420847]

  • To see the complete release notes, you can click here.

    Note: Don’t forget to create a system restore point before you install this new GeForce Game Ready driver. If the computer runs into issues after the driver installation, you can perform a system restore to resolve them quickly. It is also highly recommended to use a professional driver manager like Driver Talent to back up all the drivers on your computer.

    Welcome to leave comments below if you have any questions. For more solutions to driver-related issues, please go to the Windows Driver Solutions section on this site.

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