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NVIDIA Reflex is all about taking your NVIDIA GeForce GPU and G-SYNC display to the next level by lowering the system latency for competitive titles - and the latest GeForce Game Ready driver adds this support for the new season of Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Which, as per the image below, will add a competitive edge to those players rocking GeForce graphics cards.

For a deeper dive into what NVIDIA Reflex brings to the table, there's the following video. The technology will also go one step further with displays optimised for NVIDIA Reflex via using the USB ports on the display to all-but remove latency. No doubt this is massive for competitive gaming.

As per the headline the new driver also features optimisations for this week's biggest release - Star Wars: Squadrons. For more on the GeForce Game Ready 456.55 WHQL driver - head here.

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