NVIDIA has released a driver that supports Call of Duty

NVIDIA has released a driver that supports Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, RoboCop: Rogue City and other games

NVIDIA has released a new graphics driver package GeForce Game Ready 546.01 WHQL. It offers support for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 with DLSS 3 upscaling, DLAA anti-aliasing and Reflex latency reduction technologies, as well as DLSS 3 support for Desynced, Jusant and RoboCop: Rogue City.

    Image source: Activision

Image source: Activision

The company notes that DLSS 3 significantly improves frame rates in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 at 1440p and 4K resolution on GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards, as shown in the graphics below.

Significant performance improvements in 1440p and 4K displays, GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards and the new driver can also be seen in RoboCop: Rogue City. In some cases the FPS more than doubles.

The new NVIDIA driver also adds support for six new displays compatible with G-Sync display technology and basic dynamic refresh rate (VRR) support. A list of displays can be found below.

List of fixed issues:

  • Fixed increased loading times for Halo Infinite after installing driver version 545.84;
  • Fixed a significant performance degradation in Halo Infinite on Maxwell graphics cards.
  • Fixed an issue where Windows Event Viewer would not correctly log an error when NVTOPPS was stopped.
  • We fixed an issue where LG C3 OLED TVs were not recognized as G-Sync compatible devices.
  • Fixed an issue with performance degradation in Stable Diffusion after a driver update. There is also a workaround for this problem: described here.

List of known issues:

  • When a user switches to Windows, a new NVIDIA icon is created in the taskbar every time.
  • When broadcasting gameplay, colors may appear muted.
  • Windows 10 transparency effects are not displayed correctly after driver update.

You can download the GeForce Game Ready 546.01 WHQL driver from the official NVIDIA website or via the GeForce Experience app.

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