Nvidia today released the new GeForce Game Ready 442.19 WHQL driver, in addition to the customary update support for new tours such as Apex Heroes, Subway Gone: Sam’s Story, Zombie Force: Death War 4. There have also been some additional performance improvements.
This update adds a number of G-Sync-compatible certified displays, including Dell AW2521HF, Asus VG259QM and LG 34GN850. These displays will be able to perfectly turn on the G-Sync function in the drive panel without flickering, deformation, and other screen problems. You can go to Nvidia’s official query interface to see if your monitor supports the features.
In addition, Nvidia continues to improve the new features that were added to the CES 2020 driver in January in this update. The maximum frame rate is now set in a wider range, supporting any value between 20 frames per second and 1000 frames per second, and setting switching between low-latency mode and power-saving mode to keep the GPU at a specific frequency. The range of support for the Variable Rate Super Sampling (VRSS) feature has been further enhanced, and has now been increased to 20 plus games. The rest of the filter function and image sharpening have also improved, and the effect has been improved.
Currently, GeForce Game Ready 442.19 WHQL drivers are available for download through The GeForce Experience software or the Nvidia website:
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 Standard for Desktop Windows 10 64-bit
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 DCH for Desktop Windows 10 64-bit
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 Standard for Notebook Windows 10 64-bit
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 DCH for Notebook Windows 10 64-bit
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 for Desktop Windows 8.1/ 8/ 7 64-bit
GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.19 for Notebook Windows 8.1/ 8/ 7 64-bit