How to Enable Ultra-Low Latency Mode for NVIDIA Graphics
Open the NVIDIA Control Panel, then navigate to Manage 3D Settings > Global Settings and set “Low Latency Mode” to “On” or “Ultra.” Low Latency mode probably won’t help if your performance is CPU bound.
NVIDIA’s graphics drivers now offer a “Ultra-Low Latency mode” intended for competitive gamers and anyone else who wants the fastest input response times in their games. This feature is available for all NVIDIA GeForce GPUs in the NVIDIA Control Panel.
What Is Ultra-Low Latency Mode?
Graphics engines queue frames to be rendered by the GPU, the GPU renders them, and then they’re displayed on your PC. As NVIDIA explains, this feature builds on the “Maximum Pre-Rendered Frames” feature that’s been found in the NVIDIA Control Panel for over a decade. That allowed you to keep the number of frames in the render queue down.
With “Ultra-Low Latency” mode, frames are submitted into the render queue just before the GPU needs them. This is “just in time frame scheduling,” as NVIDIA calls it. NVIDIA says it will “further [reduce] latency by up…
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