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NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 441.08 WHQL Driver released, adds support for Reshade filters & Image Sharpening

Last week, we informed you about the native Reshade support that NVIDIA was working on. And today, NVIDIA released a brand new driver for its graphics cards that enables it. The NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 441.08 WHQL driver adds support for Reshade filters, as well as support for Image Sharpening via the Control Panel.

As NVIDIA noted, with the launch of the new driver, you can now import hundreds of new customization filters from ReShade. There are currently 14 NVIDIA-Made Freestyle filters for competitive games and 16 filters for non-competitive games.

NVIDIA also supports 30+ curated ReShade filters for competitive games and 70+ filters for non-competitive. Furthermore, PC gamers can add any custom Reshade filter for the non-competitive games.

Regading Image Sharpening, NVIDIA is now offering a Global – and per game – setting via its Control Panel. PC gamers can easily enable and tweak this setting. Furthermore, Image Sharpening will automatically work on all DirectX 9, 10, 11 and 12 games (if you set a Global profile). NVIDIA will also add support for Vulkan and OpenGL games in the future via a new driver.

Lastly, the NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 441.08 WHQL driver adds support for 7 new G-SYNC Compatible monitors. It also adds support for G-SYNC compatibility with NVIDIA Ultra Low Latency Mode.

You can download this new driver from here.

Have fun!

New GeForce Gaming Features: ReShade, Low Latency, and Image Sharpening

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