NVIDIA has taken the early move and officially released the latest GeForce Game Ready Driver which is also Windows 11 compatible.

Windows 11 Auto HDR

To summarize everything, Windows 11 will be supporting the full suite of DirectX 12 Ultimate features that will help the core RTX tech such as Ray Tracing, Variable Rate Shading, Sampler Feedback, and Mesh Shaders to work with even better efficiency in addition to Auto-HDR which automatically and smartly applies HDR to SDR contents but of course, still a step back from actual HDR. Also, DirectStorage technology will accelerate loading speeds to the point where loading screen/transitional stages or clips have no more place essentially.

If you’re not prepped for Windows 11, then take a look at the new titles that are getting the DLSS update, optimization profiles, and general performance updates.

  • DLSS Updates
    • Anatomy Of Fear
    • Apocalypse: 2.0 Edition
    • Beyond Enemy Lines 2
    • Bodies of Water VR
    • ChronoTecture: The Eprologue
    • Cions of Vegas
    • Death Realm
    • DeepStates [VR]
    • Exit From
    • Fall Balance Ball
    • Frozenheim
    • Helios
    • Höll Space 5D6
    • Last Hope On Earth
    • Loverowind
    • Mortal Online 2
    • Powerslide Legends
    • RAZE 2070
    • Recall
    • REFICUL 666
    • Severed Steel
    • Soul Dossier
    • To Hell With It
    • Twin Stones: The Journey of Bukka
    • Uncrashed: FPV Drone Simulator
    • Unknown Woods
    • Wakamarina Valley, New Zealand
    • Yag
  • One-Click Optimization Profiles
    • Bravely Default II
    • Deathloop
    • GRIT
    • ICARUS
    • Myst (2021)
    • NBA 2K 22
    • Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
    • The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari No Kiseki
    • Twelve Minutes
    • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt
  • Overall Optimization Patches
    • Alan Wake Remastered
    • Deathloop
    • Diablo II: Resurrected
    • Far Cry 6
    • Hot Wheels Unleashed
    • Industria
    • New World
    • World War Z: Aftermath

For the peripherals, 4 new mouses have been added to the official NVIDIA Reflex support list which is HyperX’s Pulsefire Haste and Roccat’s Burst Core, Kone Pro, and Kone Pro Air in addition to ASUS’s new ROG Swift PG279QM 1440p gaming monitor equipped with 240Hz refresh rate, G-SYNC, and NVIDIA Reflex.

To enjoy all of these, head over to the download page and start downloading the latest GeForce Game Ready Driver.


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