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NVIDIA GeForce 466.11 WHQL driver released, adds support for Mortal Shell RTX

NVIDIA has released a brand new update for its graphics cards. According to the green team, the NVIDIA GeForce 466.11 WHQL driver adds support for the Mortal Shell RTX Update.

The Mortal Shell RTX Update adds ray traced shadows to the game. Moreover, it brings support for NVIDIA DLSS. As such, we’ll cover both the Ray Tracing effects and DLSS in an upcoming article.

Furthermore, this driver also provides optimal support for Valorant’s NVIDIA Reflex update and NVIDIA Broadcast Noise Reduction support in OBS. Additionally, it adds 6 new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors and TVs.

Lastly, it’s worth noting that this driver resolves some FPS issues in Supreme Commander/Supreme Commander 2.

As always, you can download this new driver from here. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

NVIDIA GeForce 466.11 WHQL Driver Release Notes
Game Ready for Mortal Shell

This new Game Ready Driver provides support for Mortal Shell’s RTX update, which introduces NVIDIA DLSS, boosting performance by up to 130% at 4K. Additionally, this release also provides
optimal support for Valorant’s NVIDIA Reflex update, NVIDIA Broadcast Noise Reduction support in OBS, 6 new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors and TVs, and more.

Fixed Issues
  • [Supreme Commander/Supreme Commander 2]: The games experience low FPS.
  • [Adobe Camera RAW 12.x]: RAW files may show up black in Adobe Lightroom.
  • [VR]: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 VR may stutter if Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling is disabled.
  • Some displays may show incorrect color levels after booting into Windows.

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