Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 (10 Series) Support Needed

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I have two workstations built with GeForce 1080 series graphics cards. We need these cards supported in Lightroom. When will this support be added?

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Chad

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Stefan Redel

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My 1070 is working with LR.
What isn't working with your Lightroom-Installations? What errors do you get?
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Ken Rounds

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I don't know what problem you are having, but Nvidia drivers after 368.81 cause problems with me. I don't know if Nvidia or Adobe or both, need to make some changes so everything will work properly. Try loading driver 368.81 & see if that helps. It's a simple thing to do; if things are worse use Nvidia's newest driver. 
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I can't second that. I installed every (but one) driver-updates since today and have not one trouble with that. Not a slightly one.
What are your problems? What happens?
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So just an update on this. I was getting an error saying that "unsupported" every time I would select GPU support under preferences. I uninstalled all the nvidia drivers and then reloaded them again. Now I no longer get this error message. The only thing I can think of is that there was either an older version of the driver installed OR there was a problem with my driver installation when I installed everything the first time.

The second thing I did since everything started working was switch from a DVI output to now using display port.

@Stefan - Are you using a DVI cable to connect your monitor? If so switch to Display Port cable and reinstall nvidia drivers, this combination seems to have fixed my issue... I have no idea why though, seems odd.
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I had no problem with my 1070... You just had to avoid one specific driver.

Hey, just install that brand new one (375.70  WHQL) and it must run like a charm:
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
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Sorry I misread your post.

I'm on 375.63, I will download .70 right now and see what it does :)
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Thank you everyone for your help on this. The issue has been resolved. Thanks.