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    Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Driver 441.08, accompanying the GTX 1660 Super launch, is a reply to AMD advances.
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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    So which cards do these features support? Are they limited to the latest series cards?

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    So which cards do these features support? Are they limited to the latest series cards?
    That is the important question. AMD added RIS, Chill etc to my Rx480 which isn't a new card. Always been impressed how much post release improvements AMD continue to give years after release. Its something I've not noticed with Intel or Nvidia so it would be nice to see either be forced to respond.
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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    That is the important question. AMD added RIS, Chill etc to my Rx480 which isn't a new card. Always been impressed how much post release improvements AMD continue to give years after release. Its something I've not noticed with Intel or Nvidia so it would be nice to see either be forced to respond.
    That's exactly the point, I have a 1080ti and fear this will pass by this card.

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Seems to be all cards going back to kepler desktop (but not notebook).

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    typical, they couldn't have included fermi could they!

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    NULL appears to be doing the same trick as the pros have been doing by limiting 3 frames below vynsc for optimal results with G-Sync/Freesync display.

    https://forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=5903

    Though curiously it does not do it in all games only some, so something is going on as that includes games which should be supported under DX9,11 etc.

    Till more is known RTSS or in game frame rate limiter remains the best path for G-Sync to avoid vsync induced lag.

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Image sharpening works on my GTX 1060.

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    Re: Nvidia adds ReShade, Image Sharpening, and NULL to drivers

    Hah, thank you AMD
    I was thinking that my 1080ti will be omitted. Yet is not!
    Actually RIS was the only feature I was really considering as significant boost to the overall bang for buck when buying the GPU. Great I got it anyway

    It is working well, but there is one big drawback.
    Works only in fullscreen mode as per documentations - however it seems that my desktop got sharper so I don't really know if the windowed applications are affected if this is on globally

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