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Freestyle is among the coolest features NVIDIA has implemented in its drivers

DSOGaming writes: "Last week, NVIDIA released a brand new driver for its graphics card. Among other things, the NVIDIA GeForce 390.65 WHQL added support for Freestyle; a tool lets you apply post-processing filters to your games while you play. Basically, think of it as NVIDIA’s own Reshade tool and it’s easily one of the coolest features the green team has implemented in its drivers."

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crazychris412435d ago

Cool now hopefully they show us new GPUs soon

34d ago
starchild34d ago

This is really cool. It's basically like Reshade at the driver level and hopefully it will be easier to use for many people. Not that Reshade is that hard to use, but sometimes small differences in ease of use can really affect how many people use something. In any case, more options is always a good thing.

I do hope we get new Nvidia cards soon. I'm looking forward to upgrading to a GTX 1170 or GTX 1180 (or whatever they end up calling them). Volta should bring a great leap in performance. I just hope they price them right.

OoglyBoogly34d ago

This is the kind of stuff I'd wish AMD would focus on. Their hardware isn't bad at all and their drivers, as far as stability and game fixes go, are way better than they use to be (better than Nvidia for a bit actually). Tt's their exclusive features that are severely lacking. No GameStream, no Physx or actively used API's, just now getting native screen capturing, lack of custom graphics options (PCSS/HFTS/HBAO+), ability to add SSAO to older Unreal Engine games (go try Bioshock with SSAO and tell me the game doesn't feel completely different), etc.

I use to buy AMD/ATI back in the day, owned a 295x2 and dual 290's before it. Great cards, great performance. Then I went to Nvidia just to try something new and man, way better. Sure, I don't care for Nvidia as a company and a lot of their shady anti-competitive business techniques. But that's why I buy used! I just simply can't ignore the performance per dollar value of Nvidia or their drivers and feature sets.

Vasto34d ago

Always bought AMD for over 10 years. My Radeon 7970GHZ finally kicked the bucket last year and I decided to gave Nvidia a try with an Asus GTX 1060. I must say I am very impressed.

I would still buy either AMD or Nvidia depending on how good of a deal it is but you are correct in that Nvidia has the cool features.

AcidDvl34d ago (Edited 34d ago )

AMD is good, 100%, but the thing with NVIDIA is that not only they're good, they keep updating frequently their drivers. Makes all the difference.

zexetux34d ago

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_LarZen_34d ago

Nahh... Ansel is the coolest thing. You can basically fly anywhere...not just in a smal area around your character.

Kaiou34d ago

I agree the options are insane, here's the Witcher 3 in 4K with it:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dme8W TZtyrk

PersonMan33d ago

HOLY CRAP IT TURNS THE COLOR AND CONTRAST UP! I can do this myself on my monitor.