I have a different issue.

it happened in Arch linux, Manjaro, Ubuntu 18.04 beta. if I didn't
install the nvidia 390 driver, everything run smooth, after I installed
nvidia 390 driver, I have no problem with GUI, however, the system
doesn't turn off, restart itself properly. my monitor goes into sleep
(power saving mode - no signal) while the fan and all leds are still on.

I initially thought it is a kernel or systemd issue, after asking
questions on different forums and trying different distros, I think now
I confirm it is a display driver issue.

my graphic card is nvidia quodra k2200

anyone got the same issue?

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Title:
  nvidia-390 fails to boot graphical display

Status in mesa package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete
Status in nvidia-graphics-drivers-390 package in Ubuntu:
  Incomplete

Bug description:
  I'm using Bionic with the new 4.15 kernel. I've been using the
  nvidia-384 driver with no problem for a while.  Today I issued "sudo
  apt-get upgrade" and I was prompted to upgrade the nvidia driver to
  the nvidia-390.  After installing the driver and rebooting, I was only
  able to boot in to the tty terminal.  The graphical display failed to
  boot.  I have had similar problems with nvidia driver version 390 with
  Arch Linux and with Open Suse Tumbleweed.

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