NVIDIA’s 430.39 WHQL Driver Now Compatible with Windows 10

With the upcoming Windows 10 May 2019 update soon to be released to the public, companies are updating their drivers to be compatible with the new version of Windows. After Intel introduced support for the new 1903 version last week, now NVIDIA is doing the same for the new graphics driver 430.39.

This new release brings support for GTX 1650 and notebook variants of GTX 1650 and 1660 Ti. New driver adds 7 new G-Sync compatible monitors to the list:

  • ACER – KG271 BBMIIPX
  • ACER – XF240H BMJDPR
  • ACER – XF270H BBMIIPRX
  • AOPEN – 27HC1R PBIDPX
  • ASUS – VG248QG
  • GIGABYTE – AORUS AD27QD
  • LG – 27GK50F

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This new version also adds support for some hardware and features. As of this release, many 600, 700 and 800M series graphics cards using Kepler architecture are no longer supported. Additionally, the following features are added:

  • NVIDIA 3D Stereoscopic driver with 3D Vision driver
  • NVAPI-based stereo APIs for Direct3D applications.

Fixed a few major software bugs in the new update, but there are still bugs:

  • (NVIDIA Control Panel): 3D settings > Vertical Sync tab in Adaptive Sync section, vertical sync just restarts then work with default refresh rate.
  • Error playing Sniper Elite 4.

The new WHQL certified Game Ready drivers are currently available for download from the GeForce Experience app or from NVIDIA’s website.

Desktop drivers:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1 / Windows 10 – Standard / DCH

Laptop drivers:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1 / Windows 10 – Standard / DCH

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