NVIDIA has released the Game Ready driver which coincides with the new RTX update of NVL on 15 April which brings NVL DLSS and Kiran to single-player RPGs of cold cemetery.
The update brings stunning ray-trace shadows to the game and adds support for NVIDIA DLSS with performance improvements of up to 130% at 4K resolution:
Valorant Players Get Increased Responsiveness with a Reflex Upgrade
Another important aspect of NVIDIA Game Ready drivers is that they are often used as a delivery mechanism to add new features to our GeForce users. The game expands NVIDIA reflex support for Ready Driver Riot, the popular free shooter from Riot Games. Reflex Acceleration Mode now reduces system latency in some CPU scenarios where the render dispatch flow is the limiting factor. This type of CPU-bound scenario can occur when multiple objects are displayed on the screen at the same time.
More Game Ready Goodies and Upgrades
Other features of the new Game Ready driver that should not be overlooked include:
- The most popular broadcasting tool for streamers supports NVIDIA integration for direct broadcasting into Open Broadcaster Software (OBS).
- Supports more G-SYNC compatible displays including LG 27GP950, 2021 B1 4K Series, 2021 C1 4K Series, 2021 G1 4K Series, and 2021 Z1 8K Series with MSI MAG 301 RF.
- Optimal game settings for two games, It Takes Two and Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos
- Adding optimal GeForce experience settings for creative apps: This release supports 34 applications, ranging from Adobe Lightroom to Blackmagic Davinci Resolve.