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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:06pm 15/12/21 | 0 Comments
Asking the question, "can lower system latency make you a better gamer?" NVIDIA has partnered with The Meta (developers behind KovaaK's) to create the NVIDIA System Latency Challenge. Where over the next week you can fire up the latency testing tool to win an awesome prize pack.


  • GeForceRTX 3080 Ti Founders Edition
  • Oculux NXG253R 360Hz NVIDIA G-SYNC Display
  • Logitech Pro X Superlight mouse

Very cool, and the competition is open to gamers from Australia and New Zealand. All you need to do is download KovaaK's on Steam, register, and try your luck in the special NVIDIA branch containing two FPS-style aiming tests. Designed around showcasing the difference that lower system latency makes, it's built around the importance of technology like NVIDIA Relfex.

What's system latency? Well, it's something that deals with how the CPU and GPU work together to render a frame. The best way to think of it is as communication between the CPU to GPU working on a line. You click the mouse and then they scramble to make sure it reaches the end of the production line with minimal fuss – your display. And it’s here, in the hypothetical factory, where a queue forms around all the different rendering tasks being passed on from the CPU to the GPU. The bigger the delay, the larger the system latency. Which can affect performance -- your own.

NVIDIA Reflex is NVIDIA's custom tech that lowers system latency, is supported in over 25 games, and is included in 13 of the top 15 competitive esports titles. With the challenges found in the the NVIDIA System Latency Challenge taking only a few minutes to complete, it's all based on showing you first-hand what NVIDIA Reflex brings to the table. To be eligible for entry a Reflex capable GPU (GeForce 900 Series and newer) is required to be included in the Leaderboard. Nine winners will be chosen in total, with those lucky few chosen randomly.

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