Nvidia Announces GeForce Now Getting RTX Gaming Servers

Nvidia Announces GeForce Now Getting RTX Gaming Servers

Nvidia Announces GeForce Now Getting RTX Gaming Servers

The new drivers utilize the capabilities of its GeForce RTX or GeForce GTX 16-Series GPUs.

Nvidia had some exciting news at Gamescom. The beta ending should hopefully line up with GeForce Now for Android arriving, with NVIDIA rolling out RTX-powered servers in both California and Germany in preparation of GeForce Now for Android.

The company also announced called GPU Integer Scaling, which is useful in games like FTL, Hotline Miami, and Terarria. The option is meant to address an issue with pixelated games where they appear blurry in high-res displays. This lack of clarity happens when games scale to fit the screen.

Aside from the above changes, this driver update increases frame rate performance by up to 23 percent across games like Apex Legends, Battlefield V, and Forza Horizon 4, NVIDIA says.

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This frame queueing helped smooth out frame rates in cases where the system was temporarily overloaded for one reason or another, letting the GPU squeeze out a frame while the system played catch up. This filter can be applied to more than 600 DX9, DX11, DX12, and Vulkan API games. You can download the driver directly here or through the GeForce Experience app.

Nvidia testing in popular games running at 60fps found average graphical latency reduced anywhere from 6 to 11ms (20% to 33%) with the Ultra-Low Latency mode. This allows players to turn off NVIDIA's usual pre-rendered frame buffering technique and enable "just in time" fram scheduling. This meant that, after the next frame was ready, the GPU could use otherwise "idle" time to start processing what future frames might look like.

In addition to these new features, the driver will bring expanded G-Sync compatibility, adding support for Asus VG27A and Acer CP3271 and XB273K GP monitors.

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