Nvidia has released a new game ready driver (465.89). The updated driver can be downloaded from Nvidia, Geforce.com or via GeForce Experience.
The driver has been optimized for Outriders (DLSS), DiRT 5 (ray tracing update), Evil Genius 2: World Domination and the PC versions of Kingdom Hearts. Resizable BAR is also supported on all desktop graphics cards of the GeForce RTX 30 series – appropriate BIOS upgrades for motherboard and graphics card are required (details).
In addition, the tactical shooter Rainbow Six: Siege will also receive Nvidia Reflex support with today’s patch.
Nvidia: “By downloading and installing the new driver and patch, GeForce players playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege can activate Nvidia Reflex. This means that players can enjoy up to 30 percent lower system latency. Nvidia Reflex improves overall competitiveness: Shots are quicker to fire and easier to target enemies. The addition of Reflex is essentially a free upgrade for many GeForce players. System latency (often called “input lag”) is one of the main factors driving the Responsiveness in all types of gameplay. In esports, low system latency can increase player competitiveness. Being a fraction of a second late on the trigger can mean the difference between winning or losing a battle. A reduction in system latency can be Influence the outcome of the game round in Rainbow Six: Siege positively Nvidia Refl ex reduces the system latency by up to 30 percent in the Vulkan version. “
Five more monitors are now G-SYNC compatible: Asus XG16A, Dell S2522HG, LG 7GP850 / 27GP83B, LG 32GP850 / 32GP83B and Xiaomi Mi 245 HF1.