The latest driver package from Nvidia arrives with DLSS 2 and Reflex support for F1 23 and Aliens: Dark Descent. It also adds 8 new G-SYNC compatible gaming monitors to the list of supported hardware while GeForce Experience receives optimal settings for 7 titles, including The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum and Diablo IV.
Earlier this week, Nvidia released a new driver package that extends the software and hardware coverage of its predecessor. Labeled 536.23, the new driver provides DLSS 2 and Reflex support to F1 23, a title which arrived yesterday. The update also includes optimizations for Aliens: Dark Descent, which is scheduled to launch next week (on June 20).
In addition to the above, Nvidia GeForce Game Ready Driver 536.23 adds the following 8 monitors to the list of G-Sync Compatible displays:
The comprehensive and up-to-date list of G-Sync, G-Sync Ultimate, and G-Sync Compatible displays is available on this page, so those looking to get a new gaming monitor with the best support from Nvidia should check it out.
GeForce Experience users can now quickly apply optimized settings presets to the following titles: Diablo IV, Starship Troopers: Extermination, Street Fighter 6, System Shock (this year’s remake, obviously), The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum, The Outlast Trials, and Voidtrain.
The new driver package is available for download directly from Nvidia’s website or with the help of the GeForce Experience app.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-06-17 (Update: 2023-06-17)