NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready Drivers aim to deliver the best gaming experience by allowing titles to access the operating system’s kernel, thus providing direct access to the GPU itself. This means improved frame rates, reduced latency, and most importantly, enhanced stability that minimizes lag. These Game Ready Drivers are tested on over 4500 different hardware configurations, whether it be a high-end gaming PC or just a standard laptop.
For the more technical gamers, the Windows operating systems boasts two execution modes – User Mode and Kernel Mode – while GPU drivers have access to both. Game drivers need to optimize all of these in order to provide a seamless gaming experience, which is why NVIDIA’s Game Ready Driver Program was started. Today, they just ready Game Ready Drivers for Dune: Spice Wars, JX3, Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodhunt – Early Access Support, and more. Future infotainment systems loaded with games may need these drivers, possibly even in EVs, like the Honda e.
- Powerhouse performance from AMD Ryzen 5 5500U mobile processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD storage, and AMD Radeon 7 Graphics
- The IdeaPad 3 14-inch laptop has 4-side narrow bezels that let you see more of the FHD (1920 x 1080) screen for wider viewing angles and less clutter
- Quieter and cooler with intelligent thermals, plus you can calibrate performance with Q-control, with 3 modes to match your performance needs
NVIDIA has been close partners of ours for many years. Our tight collaboration throughout the entire game development cycle ensures that Game Ready Drivers are specifically optimized for our games, providing excellent compatibility, stability and performance. With this approach, our players are able to enjoy the best possible gaming experience from Day-0,” said Billy Khan, Director of Engine Technology, id Software.