NVIDIA Reflex reduces latency and gives you the best system responsiveness — from the time the mouse is clicked to when the display updates. With lower latency you get the edge on opponents, and gameplay feels more responsive. To learn more about the technology in Rainbow Six Siege and answer your questions, we sat down with Seth Schneider from NVIDIA in the video below!
Rainbow Six Siege now supports NVIDIA Reflex in the Vulkan version of the game and provides a free upgrade to a huge number of GeForce gamers by reducing latency and improving responsiveness for GeForce GTX 10 Series and newer GPUs. In fact, latency reductions are typically better for lower end hardware.
Enabled by a simple toggle in the display settings menu, NVIDIA Reflex reduces system latency by up to 25%, giving you a split-second advantage in the heat of the moment.
Being a fraction of a second late on the trigger is the difference between your digital life and death, so reducing system latency can be a huge boon for all of you Rainbow Six Siege players. If you’re looking for more information about NVIDIA Reflex and the additional features that come with it, head over to their website.
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