NVIDIA Releases GeForce Game Ready Driver 461.11

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NVIDIA has released its GeForce Game Ready 466.11 WHQL driver. The latest driver brings day-one support for Mortal Shell’s RTX update, which introduces DLSS to Cold Symmetry’s action role-playing game, as well as support for six new G-SYNC Compatible displays, a new NVIDIA Reflex feature for Riot Games’ F2P hero shooter Valorant, and support for AI-powered NVIDIA Noise Removal in OBS Studio. NVIDIA’s release notes for its GeForce Game Ready 466.11 driver can be found here.

Changes and Fixed Issues in Version 466.11

Fixed Issues in this Release

  • [Supreme Commander/Supreme Commander 2]: The games experience low FPS. [3231218/3230880]
  • [Adobe Camera RAW 12.x]: RAW files may show up black in Adobe Lightroom. [3266883/200717265]
  • [VR]: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 VR may stutter if Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is disabled. [3246674]
  • Some displays may show incorrect color levels after booting into Windows. [3285148/3287063]

Open Issues in Version 466.11 WHQL

Windows 10 Issues

  • [World of Warcraft: Shadowlands]: Random flicker may occur in certain locations in the game [3206341]
  • [Batman Arkham Knight]: The game crashes when turbulence smoke is enabled. [3202250]
  • [Steam VR game]: Stuttering and lagging occur upon launching a game while any GPU hardware monitoring tool is running in the background. [3152190]
  • [Prepar3D]: The application crashes to desktop after launched. [3285067]
  • [YouTube]: Video playback stutters while scrolling down the YouTube page. [3129705]
  • [Notebook]: Some Pascal-based notebooks w/ high refresh rate displays may randomly drop to 60Hz during gameplay. [3009452]

Mortal Shell, a single-player Souls-like action-RPG from Cold Symmetry, was developed by just 15 people and first launched last August to critical acclaim. Now, the devs are back with a next-gen RTX game update, launching April 15th, which adds ray-traced shadows, and NVIDIA DLSS for GeForce RTX players. By activating NVIDIA DLSS in Options — Graphics, performance rockets by up to 130% at 4K.

Source: NVIDIA

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