Nvidia announced its new GeForce 441.12 WHQL Game Ready graphics drivers, which include support for the impending launch of the Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, where the company recommends a GeForce RTX 2060 to play it in High @ 1080p quality; a GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER for the 2K in High quality; or a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti to play 4K with Medium-High graphics.

Additionally, it also includes support for the Need for Speed ​​Heat that will be launched 3 days after Red Dead Redemption 2, that is, on November 8.

On the other hand, these drivers complete the LG announcement, where its OLED TVs of the B9, C9 and E9 series will be compatible with Nvidia G-Sync technology. Once the new TV firmware is installed, these drivers will be required to enjoy a more fluid gaming experience, without tearing or stuttering.

“This technology aims to provide a crisp, smooth and jerk-free image when playing video games, providing an improved user experience. This feature will be available in North America with the arrival of a new firmware version starting today and it will be unlocked in the rest of the regions soon. In addition, Nvidia works with LG to bring G-Sync Compatible to other models, from Series 7 to B9, C9 and E9. “

You can download the Nvidia GeForce 441.12 WHQL from the following link.

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