Nvidia Launches GeForce Game Ready Drivers; check out DirectX 12 Ultimate features
GeForce RTX GPUs are the first and only hardware supported DX12 Ultimate
Nvidia this week launched the GeForce Game Ready drivers that fully support the features Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate including DirectX RayTracing (DXR), variable rate shading (VRS), mesh shaders and sampler feedback. Nvidia RTX GPUs are the first with hardware support for the DX12 Ultimate, in addition to offering the necessary software to fully utilize the Microsoft API.
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The update also includes support for nine new G-SYNC-compatible displays and optimized “one-click” configurations for multiple games. Check out the features of DirectX 12 Ultimate below:
Full support for Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate
DirectX 12 Ultimate standardizes GeForce RTX’s many innovative technologies for next generation, multiplatform games. It is a set of DirectX 12 features that represents a new graphic standard shared between the PC and the console and includes: DirectX Raytracing (DXR) tier 1.1, Variable Rate Shading (VRS) tier 2, Mesh Shaders and Sampler Feedback.
Microsoft’s DirectX 12 Ultimate features optimized graphics application programming interfaces (APIs) and works with all GeForce , TITAN and Quadro RTX GPUs . With this version of the software, game developers, creators and players have access to a set of tools for Ray Tracing technology in real time.
Support for authoring software
Studio Driver promises performance and reliability for the main creative software. In the past few weeks, applications that have been enhanced or accelerated by RTX include: Adobe Premiere Pro 14.2, Adobe Substance Alchemist, Blender 2.83, Chaos V-Ray 5 for Autodesk 3ds Max and Corel Painter 2021.
Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling
Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is a feature that allows GPUs to handle video and game playback calculations more efficiently by directly managing their video memory. The tool can also improve performance and reduce latency on supported hardware. Hardware scheduling works independently of the API (DirectX, Vulkan, OpenGL), so that a wide variety of applications and games can benefit from this new feature, including Movies and TV software, Netflix and games.
New monitors compatible with G-SYNC
The following monitors are compatible with G-Sync technology:
- – ASUS VG259QM;
- – Dell AW2521HF;
- – LG 34GN850;
- – AOC AG273F1G8R3;
- – ASUS VG27AQL1A;
- – Dell S2421HGF;
- – Lenovo G24-10, LG 27GN950, LG 32GN50T and LG 32GN500;
- – Samsung 2020 Odyssey G9, Odyssey G7 27 “and Odyssey G7 32”.
One-click game settings
This setting allows the user to instantly configure game options for their system’s hardware. More than 700 titles are supported and now 12 new games have been supported for the system:
- – Age of Empires III: Complete Collection;
- – Command & Conquer Remastered Collection;
- – Deadside;
- – Gears Tactics;
- – Mafia II: Definitive Edition;
- – Monster Train;
- – One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4;
- – Outer Wilds;
- – Roblox;
- – Shop Titans;
- – Streets of Rage 4;
- – Total Tank Simulator.
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