NVIDIA has released the GeForce 511.23 WHQL drivers. These drivers introduce support for Windows 11 Dynamic Refresh Rate feature, and formally debut NVIDIA Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution (DLDSR). This is an interesting new feature that’s an inverse of DLSS, and works to improve eye-candy of older games. Your game is rendered at a higher resolution than your display head, and the render is intelligently scaled down to enhance detail. Such a feature already existed with DSR, but DLDSR adds certain “smarts” by adjusting the higher render resolution on-the-fly, to improve performance. The drivers also add support for CUDA 11.6, even more OpenCL extensions, and a handful more Vulkan extensions, besides support for even more G-SYNC compatible displays.
As a Game Ready driver, version 511.23 adds optimization for “God of War,” including support for DLSS and Reflex; and “The Anacrusis.” The fixes and known-issues list of this driver appears identical to that of the GeForce 511.17 drivers released earlier last week.
You can download the GeForce 511.23 WHQL Game Ready drivers via GeForce.com.