In addition to generations of increasingly powerful GPU graphics hardware, NVIDIA also surprises gaming technology every time, providing a better experience for gamers, anchors, professional campaigners, and creators. At the same time as the RTX 30 series was released, NVIDIA introduced three new technologies designed for players-
– NVIDIA Reflex.
System delays can be optimized and measured to instantly increase competitiveness.
Reflex Low Delay Mode supports popular e-race games such as Apex Hero, Call of Duty: War Zone, Fortnite, VALORANT, and reduces latency by 50%.
The Reflex Latency Analyzer monitors mouse clicks and measures the time it takes for corresponding pixel changes on the screen, such as a flare flash, to be comparable to a dedicated high-speed camera and device over $7,000.
Acer, Alien, Asus, MSI this fall launched a new 360Hz G-SYN e-race display, as well as Asus, Rodo, Thunder Snake, Serre and other peripheral new products will support.
– NVIDIA Broadcast.
Realize big curry-level live streaming. This universal plug-in allows players to transform their homes into live streaming rooms that support RTX-accelerated artificial intelligence effects such as noise elimination, virtual backgrounds, and auto-box display to enhance the effectiveness of microphones and webcams.
– NVIDIA Omniverse Machinima.
A whole new art form. Path tracking viewing tools and engines designed for physical accuracy, analog light, physics, materials, and AI.
Users can get resources from NVIDIA Omniverse Machinima-enabled games and use webcams and AI to create characters, add high-fidelity physics and facial and voice animations, and create movie-grade movies with the rendering capabilities of the RTX 30 series.