Performance increases go as high as 23%, but obviously, those boosts vary on a game-to-game basis. You'll get around 20% more performance at 1080p and 1440p on the RTX 2080 Ti, wit 10-17% more performance on the RTX 2060 SUPER at 1080p and 1440p.
But at least Nvidia will offer Android support for free while the service gets pushed out in beta form. It uses a "just in time" frame scheduling technique that submits frames to the GPU just before they need to be rendered.
Nvidia has confirmed that it is bringing its GeForce Now cloud gaming platform to Google's Android operating system, meaning it will no longer be exclusive to the company's own-brand Shield devices.
With today's update, Nvidia lets users essentially turn that frame queue setting down to zero in the new Ultra-Low Latency mode.
For a decade now, Nvidia's graphics drivers tried to queue an additional one-to-three frames of video ahead of time (depending on user settings).
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New Facebook tool lets users hide tracks from advertisers
Facebook said users will be able to use the tool to see and control the data other apps and websites have shared with Facebook. Facebook says that you'll be able to do that for all your off-Facebook activity, or just for specific apps and websites.
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The company has announced plans to launch a new game subscription service called Apple Arcade internationally later this year. Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have established a strong position while Disney is about to launch its own service.
First up is the new ultra-low latency mode. The mode is best suited for GPU-bound games running at 60 to 100fps. Using integer scaling instead of linear interpolation, the games will appear much sharper as a result.
NVIDIA also introduces a new feature where competitive players can benefit from, where they added ultra-low latency options into the driver. This filter does precisely what it says on the tin, offering up customizable sharpness on a per-game basis that's accessible through the GeForce experience overlay.
A new Sharpen Freestyle filter with improved image quality and performance compared to Nvidia's existing "Detail" Freestyle filter has been included in the latest driver.
'Already in beta to the delight of one billion underpowered PCs that aren't game ready, GeForce Now will soon extend to one of the most popular screens in the world, Android phones - including flagship devices from LG and Samsung, ' explains Nvidia's Phil Eisler.