Log and screenshot included.
Any time the 1030 resumes from sleep, this sort of corruption happens. It doesn’t happen with the 1060 at all.
Older driver versions can’t even get a display on wake from sleep. Sleep state is suspend, not hibernate, though i believe I tested that as well to the same result.
Attached display is a Cintiq Pro 16.
The 1030 otherwise behaves as expected afaik.
In Windows, it performs perfectly fine in 7, and doesn’t work correctly in 10 on newer driver versions(“device has caused errors” in device manager) but does on older drivers, which appears to be a known and documented issue.
The corruption persists until X is restarted.(via logout)
When minimizing/moving windows, parts of the corruption can be removed, suggesting that the card/driver is working correctly post-sleep but has trouble when waking.
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (542 KB)