NVIDIA has just released its new GeForce Game Ready 471.68 WHQL drivers, with Game Ready support for the new Back 4 Blood Open Beta, and Nakara: Bladepoint.
Nakara: Bladepoint and Back 4 Blood both feature NVIDIA's kick-ass DLSS technology, so you'll get some major performance improvements at high resolutions. Nakara: Bladepoint launches on August 12, and will have DLSS ready to go -- offering up to 60% more performance at 4K.
The new NVIDIA GeForce 471.68 drivers are also Game Ready for the Back 4 Blood Open Beta, which kicks off August 12 on the PC -- and it also features NVIDIA DLSS technology for major performance improvements.
- Read more: Back 4 Blood open beta is alive, NVIDIA DLSS gives it super powers
- Read more: Back 4 Blood supports NVIDIA DLSS + uncapped frame rates on PC
NVIDIA has also added in a bunch of new validated G-SYNC Compatible displays, with 2 from AOC, 2 from ASUS, and 1 each from Lenovo, MSI, and ViewSonic. You can read all about that, and download the new NVIDIA GeForce 471.68 drivers here.
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