Counter Strike 2 gets Nvidia Reflex low latency
CS2 set to recieve Nvidia's low latency tehcnology - Reflex
Nvidia’s impressive low latency technology – Reflex is coming to Counter Strike 2. Nvidia Reflex enables game developers to reduce your system latency, improving your overall in-game experience.
Announced 2 years ago, Reflex brings fresh in-game settings to a lot of popular esports titles already. Oddly, CSGO, the most played esport on Steam was not one of them. All that is about to change with the Counter Strike 2 release date coming this summer.
What does this mean to you? Well, more headshots and round wins, obviously.
Snappy one taps aside, Nvidia states that Reflex will bring up to 35% latency reduction when turned on in CS2. Looking at the chart it seems that the most recent Nvidia cards such as the RTX 4070 already have extremely low latency but will also see a drop.
Older cards like the 10-series see the highest benefit, which is great news because the vast majority of CSGO players use older hardware. This reduces the advantage those with better PCs have always had by quite a distance.
With CS2 coming into the Nvidia Reflex fold, it joins the likes of Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, Apex Legends, Warzone 2, Overwatch 2, and more.
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