Nvidia today has launched its latest WHQL-certified display driver version 471.41. The new driver adds support for Nvidia's DLSS technology in a couple of titles. As the company had promised, today Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR 2) gets support for the update. Alongside RDR 2, survival-horror title, Chernobylite - that's still in early access - has also gained support for the image upscaling technology.
With the help of DLSS, Nvidia says RDR 2 gets a performance boost of up to 45%. Meanwhile, with Chernobylite, the performance has close to doubled in certain circumstances according to Nvidia's own numbers.
The driver also adds support for two new G-Sync Compatible monitors from Samsung, namely:
- LS28AG700N, a 28" 4K panel,
- LC27G50A, a 27" 1440p model.
As usual, the new driver also fixes several problems which are:
- [Capture One]: Hardware acceleration stops working. 
- Disabled NOHud/RemoveHud filter from the game Valorant. 
- [Doom Eternal]: The game may freeze during gameplay. 
- [League of Legends]: The game may fail to launch. 
- [HDR]: Mouse cursor color may shift when connected to certain DSC monitors in HDR mode 
- Ansel DOF filter blurs the entire screen in some games. 
- Some displays screen resolution limited to 640x480 after driver update. 
- [HDMI 2.1][8K] HDMI audio playback may become distorted after changing display modes 
- [RDP] Remote desktop connection to PC with color set to 10-bit will result in corrupted picture. 
- GPU HDMI audio dropouts may occur when connected to an LG C9 OLED TV 
And here are the issues that still remain on Windows 10 although a couple of them have a temporary workaround:
- [Batman Arkham Knight][GeForce 10 Series]: The game may crash when turbulence smoke is used. 
To work around, disable "INTERACTIVE SMOKE/FOG" from the in-game graphics options
- [YouTube]: Video playback stutters while scrolling down the YouTube page. 
- [Hitman 3]: The game may display random flickering when V-SYNC is disabled 
- [Monster Hunter World]: The game displays flashing glitches after extended gameplay. 
- Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed may crash on courses where players drive through water. 
- DPC latency is higher when color mode is set to 8-bit color compared to 10-bit color. 
To work around, disable MPO using the registry key found in the KB article:
- Unable to detect supported display modes for the Samsung Odyssey G9 display 
The new 471.41 Game Ready driver is available for download on the GeForce Experience app and via the links below for standalone installations:
And for those wondering, these drivers are Windows 11 ready too. Nvidia has urged users who find any issue with the 471.41 driver to report the problem in the official feedback thread which you can find here. You can view Nvidia's official press release here.