RTX Video Super Resolution is coming this month with their R530 series drivers

RTX Video Super Resolution is coming this month with their R530 series drivers

Expect RTX Video Super Resolution to launch this month

Earlier this week we reported on the fact that Google’s Chrome browser has been updated enable support for Nvidia’s RTX Video Super Resolution feature, a feature that is due to arrive later this month for users of RTX 30 and RTX 40 series GPUs. 

RTX Video Super Resolution is designed to upscale video content to higher resolutions, making streamed video more detailed and visually appealing. Chrome version 110 has laid the groundwork needed to support Nvidia’s RTX Video Super Resolution feature, but Nvidia GPU users are wondering when to expect Nvidia to enable this feature in their drivers. Thankfully, Nvidia has answered this question over on their GeForce forums.

Nvidia’s latest GeForce driver is version 528.49, which is part of Nvidia’s R520 series of drivers. Nvidia has confirmed that RTX Video Super Resolution is coming with their R530 series drivers, which are due to launch later this month. These drivers will deliver RTX Video Super Resolution support to RTX 30 and RTX 40 series hardware. A future driver release is currently expected to enable this feature for RTX 20 series GPU users.

RTX Video Super Resolution is coming this month with their R530 series drivers

Nvidia’s RTX Video Super Resolution feature need to be enabled within Nvidia’s Control Panel to function with supported drivers. This means that RTX Video Super Resolution will not be enabled by default for RTX GPU users. Additionally, this feature will not be available on battery powered systems due to its power requirements, which means that notebook users can only use this feature when their system is plugged in. This oddity is likely due to how notebooks tend to utilise integrated graphics solutions when browsing the web when in battery mode.

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