If you have a recent NVIDIA GTX10XX or RTX20XX card then driver 417.71 will allow it to work with the much cheaper AMD Freesync monitors and do Adaptive Sync.
DisplayPort only for now I think.
It’s the start of a new era. On Tuesday, Nvidia fulfilled its CES promises by releasing GeForce driver 417.71, which lets GeForce graphics cards tap into the Adaptive Sync capabilities of AMD FreeSync monitors for buttery-smooth, tearing-free gaming. Previously, GeForce GPUs could only synchronize their refresh rates with Nvidia’s own G-Sync displays, which tend to cost much more than FreeSync displays. You can snag the driver in the GeForce Experience app or on the GeForce website.
Hi all, just a quick question regarding bump maps. I'm using the Nvidia PS plug-in and PS CS3 and need help with the following -
For a bump map to work does the 3d model require anything added to it in the LOD or can I bump map any skin I have a template for as long as I add the bump map as "name of skin"_Normal.bmp in the A/C folder? I've done a test on the FRS1 skins and it doesn't seem to show up in-game.