June 24, 2024

Nvidia’s Latest GeForce Game Ready Driver Adds Support For RTX 4060TI 16GB, Portal, Remnant 2, Ratchet & Clank


  • Nvidia releases a new GeForce Game Ready driver with support for Portal: Prelude RTX and other new games like Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Dying Light 2: Stay Human.
  • The driver update adds support for Nvidia’s latest graphics card, the RTX 4060Ti 16GB, and introduces features like DLSS 3, advanced ray tracing, Nvidia Reflex, and variable BAR support.
  • The driver also fixes bugs and improves performance, including addressing crashes when applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters and reducing DPC latency for Ampere-based GPUs. Gamers can manually download the driver if needed.

Nvidia has released the latest version of its GeForce Game Ready driver to work with the new one Portal: Prelude RTXa remaster of the mod created by the community for Portal. The driver also supports the latest, somewhat controversial graphics card, the RTX 4060Ti 16GB. In addition, it supports other new titles like Ratchet & Clank: Split Out, Remainder 2and Dying Light 2: Stay Human. Gamers should be getting the update on their systems, or they can download the driver manually from Nvidia.

GeForce Game Ready drivers allow Nvidia to optimize its software for its latest hardware, as well as for new games that use Nvidia graphics technologies. The drivers get up to date with most new game titles, and the latest update brings support for the RTX Remix of Portal’s most popular community-made mod, Portal: Prelude. The mod is available for free on Steam, but players will need to own a copy of it Portal be able to play it.

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The new driver version 536.67 is 644.94 MB in size and supports all GeForce GPUs back to the GTX 700 series. For games like Portal: Prelude RTX, which is now available side by side Ratchet & Clank: Split Out being released on July 26, the driver supports DLSS 3, advanced ray tracing, Nvidia Reflex, and the newest GPU accelerated storage technology called RTX IO.

For games like Remainder 2which unfortunately does not support DLSS 3, the driver will enable support for DLSS 2 when the game launches on July 25th. As for Dying Light 2: Stay Human, which is already out through Steam and other retailers, the GeForce Game Ready driver brings a variable BAR profile that will help improve game performance. The increased BAR helps the CPU efficiently access the entire frame buffer as it allows assets to be transferred from CPU to GPU as a whole and as needed. It should be noted that this technology is supported by GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards (and newer) and laptops.

In addition, driver version 536.67 adds support for Nvidia’s latest graphics card, the 16GB version of the RTX 4060Ti. The 8GB version was launched back in May and at the time, the semiconductor company also said that a 16GB version would be coming in July. Without any announcement or promotion, the company quietly launched the RTX 4060Ti 16GB last week. Neither Nvidia nor its board partners sent out any review units, which was quite surprising, almost as if the company didn’t want to talk about its performance.

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However, he shared some gaming benchmarks that effectively show no performance difference over the 8GB version, except in two games, A Plague Tale: Requiem and Resident Evil 4 (2023).

Finally, the latest driver fixes several bugs, such as games crashing when applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters, and improves DPC latency noted in Latencymon for Ampere-based GPUs. The update should now be available for download, but if it is not showing, the driver can be downloaded manually here.

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