Nvidia has updated the Game Ready driver for its GeForce graphics card users. Support for RTX Video Super Resolution is perhaps the most significant addition to the Nvidia driver since version 531.18 WHQL.
Gamers have fewer options, with only two major additions: support for The Finals closed beta and some further DLSS 3 optimizations for Atomic Heart. Nonetheless, some of the bug patches for well-known games and Adobe programs appear to be valuable.
Earlier today, we shared our findings from our VSR testing, but to summarise: VSR brings artificial intelligence upscaling and enhancing smarts to the world of streaming video. It's somewhat similar to DLSS, however with distinct inputs and a completely unique trained network.
This technology can be tried out by anyone using a GeForce card from the RTX 30-series or later. Get the newest version of Chrome or Edge, and install this updated driver. (Support for the RTX 20-series will be added at a later time.)
Nvidia’s other headlining game picks aren’t awe-inspiring. Firstly, the 531.18 WHQL driver “further enhances DLSS 3” in Atomic Heart. Second, this driver update will support The Finals' two-week closed beta.
We haven't talked much about this new free-to-play shooter yet, but here's the gist: players form teams of three and compete in tournaments set in a very violent environment. This new game will include Nvidia technology such as DLSS, Reflex, and RTXGI.
Nvidia claims that there are now more than 1,000 games that are compatible with its GeForce Experience One Click Optimal Settings. It's possible you'll be pleased to learn that seven additional games are compatible with this driver.
Warlander, Company of Heroes 3, Sons of the Forest, The Settlers: New Allies, Perish, and Atomic Heart is other examples. The elimination of defects is always appreciated, and Nvidia acknowledges the elimination of some particularly juicy bugs in the release notes.
Forza Horizon 4 (Steam) players no longer have to worry about freezes, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 no longer has stability problems. Maybe smoothing out Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro bugs are more of a priority for content creators.
It's up to you whether you want to manually download the latest 531.18 WHQL driver now or wait for the GeForce Experience companion app to suggest it. The total size of the download is 897.24 MB.
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