New GeForce Drivers Support Anno 1800 Beta and DXR Ray Tracing

GeForce Website now offers new version 425.31 WHQL-certified Windows drivers for NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, saying these are game ready for the Anno 1800 open beta, which is expected to launch tomorrow. These are also the first drivers with the recently announced support for DXR ray tracing on GeForce GTX 1060 6GB and higher GPUs. The release is accompanied by three NVIDIA RTX technology demos, which are supported by the new drivers. Here's word:
Game Ready For Anno 1800
The first city-building Anno game, Anno 1602, launched 20 years ago in its native Germany. On April 16th this year, Anno 1800 will return to the franchise’s historical roots, tasking players with building a productive Industrial Revolution society.

Starting April 12th, you can take an Anno 1800 Open Beta for a spin, letting you sample several hours of content from the full game. The event ends April 14th, and Open Beta pre-loads are available now on UPlay to maximize your play time.

To ensure the best possible experience in both the Open Beta and complete game, download and install our new Game Ready Driver.

DXR Ray Tracing Now Also Available On Select GeForce GTX GPUs
With the release of our new Game Ready Driver, owners of GeForce GTX 1060 6GB and higher GPUs can now enable DXR ray tracing to test drive basic ray tracing effects in supported games and experiences.

Performance will vary depending on your specific GPU, so head over to our comprehensive ray tracing article to learn more.

Game Ready For NVIDIA RTX Tech Demos
Alongside today’s driver, we’ve released three NVIDIA RTX technology demos, enabling you to sample DLSS and a variety of ray-traced effects in Atomic Heart, Justice, and the Reflections real-time cinematic.

For download links and further info, check out our RTX Tech Demo article.
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Re: New GeForce Drivers Support Anno 1800 Beta and DXR Ray Tracing Apr 11, 2019, 15:00
Apr 11, 2019, 15:00
 
The Gigabyte Aurous Xtreme 2080Ti I paid £1,167 for (excluding VAT, which I don't pay) is giving me massive performance on the Samsung QLED 55" 4K HDR TV I game on. My previous EVGA 1080 FTW could only handle half this FPS output. So no, it wasn't a waste of money.
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