NVIDIA today released the GeForce Software 441.88 WHQL drivers with a few major feature updates. To begin with, the drivers add support for the freshly minted GeForce GTX 1660 Super. NVIDIA updated NULL (NVIDIA Ultra-Low Latency), an input-lag reduction feature, with support for G-Sync. You can now use the two together to make the input latency “cost” of G-Sync practically “free.” Next up, NVIDIA updated Freestyle and Ansel with support for ReShade filters, with some riders. You can’t use custom ReShade filters in competitive games, but can use some official ReShade filters. Lastly, NVIDIA enhanced its Image Sharpening features to reduce its performance cost, and added support for DirectX 11 – something the competing Radeon Image Sharpening feature lacks.
You can download the GeForce Software 441.88 WHQL drivers via GeForce.com.