NVIDIA Releases CES Game Ready Driver with Max Frame Rate Capping Feature

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NVIDIA has released a new Game Ready driver to celebrate CES. It introduces a highly requested feature.

Users can now set the maximum frame rate for a 3D application or game. This is a great way to save power, reduce system latency, or maintain a specific Variable Refresh Rate range on G-SYNC and other compatible displays.

The CES Game Ready Driver also adds Variable Rate Supersampling. The feature is meant to improve image quality in VR games by dynamically applying up to 8x supersampling to the center of VR headset displays.

Last but not least is an update to the Image Sharpening option in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Users can now enable the GPU Scaling feature without image sharpening.

You can download the new GeForce Game Ready 441.87 WHQL drivers through GeForce Experience, or via our website, and a list of fixes in this driver for previously-reported issues can be found here.


Tsing Mui
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