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NVIDIA released GPU driver updates for DLSS,DLAA, Reflex and Windows 11

NVIDIA released new GPU drivers today that boost the gaming experience on many titles.
NVIDIA released GPU driver updates for DLSS,DLAA, Reflex and Windows 11
Improvements from the update

Promises better gaming experience

The said updates focus on NVIDIA Reflex, which decreases system latency, and NVIDIA DLSS which increases framerates without drawbacks in the image quality. Additionally, they also made a Game Ready Driver for the arrival of Windows 11, which will include support for eight upcoming titles.

The company has added 28 more games to the list of DLSS-enabled titles. The additions are a result of the Unreal Engine 4 DLSS plugin, which enabled integrating the technology into games easier and faster. That brings the overall number of games and programs that support DLSS to over 100.
GPU performance on severed steele
GPU performance on Severed Steel

The graphics card maker also announced the looming arrival of two new DLSS games. That will be Alan Wake Remastered which will be on October 5. It will have a 2x increase in performance at 4K resolution. Every GeForce RTX GPU will experience over 60 FPS in 4K with the NVIDIA DLSS turned on.
Alan Wake Remastered
Alan Wake Remastered

The next game would be INDUSTRIA which will arrive on September 30, the latest GPU driver will bring twice the performance while the settings are maxed out and with ray tracing enabled.

Developers can add NVIDIA Reflex to their games quickly and easily thanks to SDKs, plugins, and detailed documentation. Over 20 games have already used the latency-optimizing technology, with Splitgate and Deathloop joining the list this month, offering latency savings of up to 50 percent. There are also four gaming mice that have been supported by this feature - the HyperX Pulsfire Haste, Roccat Burst Core, Roccat Kone Pro, and Roccat Kone Pro Air. They also included Reflex support for the Monitor ASUS ROG Swift PG279QM. 

The company also announced a Game Ready Driver in preparation for Windows 11. There are eight games to be supported which will be Alan Wake Remastered, Deathloop, Diablo II: Resurrected, Far Cry 6, Hot Wheels Unleased, Industria, New World, World War Z: Aftermath.

According to the company, with GeForce Experience, users will be able to optimize settings instantly that are compatible with your system's hardware with just one click. There is a total of 12 games added in over 1000 list of titles. These are Bravely Default II, Deathloop, GRIT, ICARU, Myst (2021), NBA 2K22, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, The Legend of Heroes: Hajimari No Kiseki, Twelve Minutes, and lastly Vampire: THe Masquerade - Bloodhunt.

Lastly, the company also added support for NVIDIA Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (DLAA) mode which is enabled today in Elder Scrolls Online test servers. The Director of ZeniMax Online Studios claimed that the update has brought improvements for the anti-aliasing and is the best up to date.

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