GeForce Game Ready driver 441.08 includes the following changes Adds support for GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER GPU Adds support for image-sharpening from NVIDIA Control Panel Added Image Sharpening control to the NVIDIA Control Panel->Manage 3D Settings page. Increases the level of sharpness, detail, or clarity of images in games and applications Adds support for G-SYNC compatibility with NVIDIA Ultra Low Latency Mode Added Ultra Low Latency G-SYNC+ V-Sync feature Provides tear-free, low-latency gaming using G-SYNC displays. To enable, set Low Latency Mode to Ultra, turn on V-Sync, and enable the G-SYNC display. Adds support for 7 new G-SYNC compatible monitors Adds support for ReShade filters within GeForce Experience Adds support for HDMI 2.1 VRR. Download: https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/geforce-441-08-whql-driver-download.html Release Notes Image Sharpening Feature NVIDIA Control Panel Image sharpening controls, including GPU upscaling, are introduced in the R440 driver. Currently, the following limitations apply. Scaling is not supported on MSHybrid systems. Vulkan / OpenGL applications are currently not supported for sharpening. HDR displays driven by pre-Turing GPUs will not support scaling. Scaling will not work with VR. Scaling will not work with displays using YUV420 format. Scaling uses aspect ration scaling and will not use integer scaling. Sharpening will not work with HDR displays. GPU scaling engages when games are played only in full-screen mode, and not in windowed or borderless windowed mode. Some monitors, such as R2 and R3 monitors, have a 6-tap/64-phase scaler which scales better than that offered by Turing's 5-tap/32-phase scaler. To avoid accidentally triggering scaling by applications or DWM, first change to the desired (<native) resolution from the NVIDIA Control Panel and then launch the application. Turing's 5-tap upscaler may not engage on certain monitors, based on the monitor's vblanktiming. Turing's 5-tap upscaler may not engage if the input resolution is greater than 2560px in either the x or y dimension. Scaling is turned off automatically when switching display devices. "Restore Defaults" option in the control panel currently does not revert the upscaling resolution.