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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 11:41am 16/11/17 | 0 Comments
Which is impressive. But, our ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 Ti was already running Destiny 2 at a blistering frame-rate on our current 1080p screen on maximum settings. So, this would probably only benefit those playing at higher resolutions. Of course the new driver also signals the release of Star Wars Battlefront II.

In reference to the improvements made to Destiny 2 on PC, Nvidia took the time to showcase just how big they'll be.

Our driver team spends a considerable amount of time developing optimizations and improvements for the latest games before they're launched, ensuring you have a great experience the second they're available. The work doesn't end at launch, however, as our team continually searches for further improvements in game code and our drivers, collaborating with developers whenever possible.

At 2560x1440, on our Intel Core i7-7820X system, which eliminates any CPU bottlenecks, our testing revealed performance improvements of up to 40% when using the new Game Ready driver, with an average improvement of 36.4% recorded across 6 different GPU configurations:




Good timing too because we've got a 1440p screen incoming for review, so stay tuned for that.



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