GeForce At CES 2020: New G-SYNC ULTIMATE Mini-LED and 360Hz Tech, New Feature-Packed Game Ready Driver, 25 new G-SYNC Compatible Monitors and BFGDs, Wolfenstein: Youngblood Ray Tracing, and Quake II RTX v1.3
We’re making plenty of headlines at CES 2020 thanks to a ton of announcements, new Game Ready Driver features, new cutting-edge Mini-LED and 360Hz esports G-SYNC monitor technology, new LG G-SYNC Compatible BFGDs, support for over two-dozen new G-SYNC Compatible gaming displays, the release of ray tracing, DLSS and NVIDIA Highlights in Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and the launch of a new update for our ray-traced remastering of Quake II RTX. Read more >

G-SYNC At CES 2020: 360Hz Esports Monitors Unveiled, Mini-LEDs Come Into Focus, LG 2020 OLED TVs Announced as G-SYNC Compatible BFGDs, and Over Two-Dozen New G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitors Supported
New G-SYNC, G-SYNC ULTIMATE, G-SYNC BFGDs and G-SYNC Compatible displays have been announced at CES 2020, along with new Mini-LED tech that makes 4K HDR gaming even better, and cutting-edge 360Hz esports monitors that further improve competitive gaming.
CES Game Ready Driver Introduces New Gaming Features, Support For Wolfenstein: Youngblood Ray Tracing, New G-SYNC Compatible displays, and More
Latest Game Ready Driver offers user controls for max frame rate, updates to image sharpening, new Freestyle splitscreen filter, new Variable Rate Supersampling feature for VR games, and more. In addition, our new driver brings support for Wolfenstein: Youngblood’s ray tracing, DLSS and Highlights update, Quake II RTX v1.3, and 8 new G-SYNC Compatible displays.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Update Adds Ray-Traced Reflections, NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Highlights
Experience the co-op first-person shooter with lifelike real-time ray-traced reflections, boost performance with NVIDIA DLSS, and automatically capture your best moments with NVIDIA Highlights.
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