Bethesda's epic sci-fi RPG is here, and it's a big one. From shipbuilding to exploring the surface of Mars, our thoughts so far.
Starfield Review... In Progress
The first trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6 is finally here.
Grand Theft Auto 6 Trailer
We take an in-depth look at Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and tell you why it should be heavily on your radar!
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora - a Deep-Dive into its Potential
Range-wise, the ROG Rapture GT6 is phenomenal, and it's ideal for all gaming and non-gaming-related tasks.
ASUS ROG Rapture GT6 WiFi 6 Mesh System Review
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:51pm 16/01/19 | 0 Comments
As per our review, we can back NVIDIA's claims that the new GeForce RTX 2060 is a powerhouse when it comes to 1080p gaming with settings dialed all the way up. A sentiment that also applies to most titles running at 1440p. Plus, it can handle real-time ray tracing in Battlefield V to boot. Alongside the launch of the new RTX 2060 graphics card, today's driver also introduces the long-awaited and very welcome support for FreeSync or non-G-Sync adaptive sync monitors.

With the first batch of compatible monitors highlighted in the image below.

These G-Sync compatible monitors will offer the same smooth effect as the groundbreaking technology, based on NVIDIA's own internal testing. Which the company has stated revealed that a large number of FreeSync monitors do not perform as advertised. Of course, they don't mention FreeSync specifically - instead they're being called VRR displays - but the new drivers will allow users to manually turn on the effect via the driver settings.

Which is as simple as ticking a box or two. For the full steps on how to do this, head here. The new GeForce Game Ready 417.71 WHQL drivers are available to download now via the GeForce Experience app.

nvidiageforcegeforce rtxfreesyncdrivers

Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.