Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by PhazDelta, Sep 1, 2020.
New features to improve latency coming in September Game Ready driver
Can't wait to test this out in Valorant.
Only for ampere cards?
Looks like Pascal+
The bench on the side has the 1050-1070 cards
They used Pascal as reference.
Apparently my Pascal card is not dead yet...
But only new 360 hz gsync monitors...or not?
look at the bottom of the picture chart test on 1080p 60hz
YAY more new TOYS!!
Interesting! Big claims! Will be interesting if there is actually any noticeable difference...Looking forward to it!
Yeah, I am skeptical of those performance claims, were those tests done with Ultra Low latency mode on/off?
I mean, reducing rendering queue... doesn't max prerendered frames = 1 do the same? Keep the queue empty?
The rest is nice to have, but flashing out more money for a new screen, a new mouse, and a GPU to have a number there that says you what your latency is for.... knowing a number? Not sure I need this.
Autotuning... probably is more modest than what people do themselves. Nice to have but I guess results won't be over the top (+100MHz shouldn't be too hard to tune oneself).
And from 900series up.
Looking forward to test in desitny2
"NVIDIA Reflex will deliver latency improvements in GPU-intensive gaming scenarios on GeForce GTX 900 and higher NVIDIA graphics cards in top competitive games, including Fortnite, Valorant, Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Destiny 2."
Isnt this the same as amd anti-lag?
that's nvidias low latency mode (on or ultra)
So the game has to implement the feature, or is it applicable to most games?
Awesome news. Finally something for 900 series. Although I am planning on upgrading to the 3070 or 3060! Either way, nice!
I'm not sure it's "retro" with all Gsync displays.
"The G-SYNC 360Hz Compatible Displays Releasing This Fall Include A New Feature: The NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer"
"Additionally, starting this fall, ASUS, ACER, Dell, and MSI 360Hz G-SYNC displays will incorporate NVIDIA Reflex latency analyzer technology."
Reflex will work on a wide range of rates, but I understand that only on new screens.
yes it seem you need the New G-Sync module to work . sad news
Why? It's just the Analyzer software Just tells you what your current latency is etc