NVIDIA started releasing version 512.15 of the GeForce Game Ready driver this week. Among the highlights of the GeForce Game Ready Driver 512.15 is the release of DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) technology for the Ghostwire: Tokyo, Shadow Warrior 3, and Paradise Killer games.
According to the company, DLSS in Ghostwire: Tokyo will increase game performance by up to two times, in Shadow Warrior 3 by 68% and in Paradise Killer by 60% when using 4K resolution ( 3840 x 2160 ).
Also according to NVIDIA, six new ideal settings were added for the titles: Elden Ring, Expeditions: Rome, Mortal Online 2, Shadow Warrior 3, Sifu, and Total War: Warhammer III. The driver already supports recommended options for over a thousand games.
The company also announced the addition of NVIDIA DLAA anti-aliasing technology support for Chorus, Jurassic World Evolution 2, No Man’s Sky, and G-Sync system support for eleven new displays.
Finally, the fix for brightness levels when the screen was set to NVIDIA GPU-only mode with HDR disabled was also reported, as well as a fix for issues with G-Sync and with CUDA and OpenCL running apps.
It is worth noting that the owner of a branded video card can download NVIDIA’s new graphics driver package for the GeForce Game Ready software from the company’s official website (link below) or through the application itself on the PC.
Download GeForce Game Ready Driver 512.15
|Operating System:||Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 11|
|File Size:||786.95 MB|