Learn how to Enable Ultra Low Latency Mode in Nvidia settings. In this tutorial, I show you how to turn on Ultra Low Latency Mode in the Nvidia Control Panel settings. Enabling Ultra Low Latency Mode for your Nvidia graphics card can lower the latency by up to 33% and make your games more responsive.
Nvidia Blog post about Ultra Low Latency Mode: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/gamescom-2019-game-ready-driver/?cjevent=92e871a8c46911e9822900230a180510
Ultra Low Latency Mode in the Nivdia settings only works in DirectX 9 and DirectX 11 games. In DirectX 12 and Vulkan games, the Ultra Low Latency setting is controlled by the game and cannot be changed by the Nvidia graphics card.
Follow the steps below to enable ultra low latency mode in Nvidia settings:
Ensure you have the latest Nvidia drivers installed on your computer. If you don’t, you might not see the Ultra Low Latency Mode.
Once you have the latest drivers installed, right-click on the desktop on your computer and select Nvidia Control Panel.
Select Manage 3D settings in the left sidebar of the Nvidia Control Panel.
In the Manage 3D settings, under Global settings find Low Latency Mode.
Select Ultra under Low Latency Mode.
You have now enabled Ultra Low Latency mode in the Nvidia settings.