Nvidia added a frame rate limiter with the new GeForce driver


An early present from CES 2020

With a new Game Ready driver released in time for CES 2020, Nvidia has given PC players their "number-one community-requested feature": the ability to cap the frame rate for 3D apps and games.

"This feature is particularly helpful when trying to save power, reduce system latency, or keep within a specific Variable Refresh Rate range on a G-SYNC or G-SYNC Compatible display," noted Nvidia.

GeForce Game Ready 441.87 driver

In the past, PC gamers have relied on programs like RTSS to limit their FPS. If you want to try out Nvidia's Max Frame Rate setting, you can find it in the Nvidia Control Panel listed under 3D Settings.

Other features include Variable Rate Supersampling (VRSS) for better image quality in two dozen virtual-reality games – Boneworks, Job Simulator, and Lone Echo, to name a few – along with support for eight new G-SYNC displays, including the LG OLED 2020 Big Format Gaming Displays.

You can download the Game Ready 441.87 WHQL drivers through GeForce Experience.

CES Game Ready Driver Introduces New Gaming Features, Support For Wolfenstein: Youngblood Ray Tracing, New G-SYNC Compatible displays, and More [Nvidia]

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