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Nvidia Releases GeForce Game Ready Driver 471.41 WHQL

Nvidia just released its latest Game Ready Driver, 471.41 WHQL, which provides added DLSS enhancements for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Chernobylite. Support for two new G-Sync capable monitors is included with this patch as well as 13 GeForce Experience Optimal Playable Setting profiles. To see if your Nvidia graphics card is compatible with G.R.D. 471.41 continue reading Nvidia’s press release. Read More

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AMD Release Radeon Adrenalin 21.6.1 with FidelityFX Super Resolution

Today, AMD launched Radeon Adrenalin 21.6.1 along with FidelityFX Super Resolution, AMD’s answer to Nvidia’s DLSS technology. This latest Adrenalin patch adds support for the new RX 6800M mobile graphics, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, and FidelityFX Super Resolution. As usual, they also included fixes for several known bugs. Below are the highlights for the new Adrenalin patch. Read More

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Nvidia GeForce Game Ready Driver 466.47 WHQL Released

Yesterday, Nvidia released its latest Game Ready 466.47 WHQL Driver. This update provides Nvidia GPUs with support for Days Gone, Knockout City, and several others. Additionally, it adds DLSS capability to multiple titles such as  AMID EVIL, Aron’s Adventure, Everspace 2, and No Man’s Sky. For more information, please continue reading Nvidia’s Release Highlights. Read More

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ATI Driver Installation in Linux

Scared to use an ATI card in Linux? Had a horrible experience with ATI in Linux that resulted in 2 smashed keyboards, a broken Ubuntu 8.04 LiveCD, and three trips to your family psychiatrist? Well I did, well maybe not THAT bad, but really close. Since I started using Linux roughly two years ago, I always ran it without 3D video drivers because ATIs drivers were so hard to install and configure. I started out using Ubuntu, I believe it was 8.04, with my brand spankin’ new ATI 4870 and it was tearing it up in Windows, but as soon as I started dual booting Windows and Ubuntu, it all came crashing down. So this article is dedicated to all those broken keyboards and LiveCDs. Read More