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New mod allows you to enable RTX TrueHDR in any PC game

In January, Nvidia released the Geforce 551.23 WHQL graphics driver that introduced a new feature called RTX Video HDR (or TrueHDR). This feature allowed all RTX users to convert non-HDR video streams into HDR videos in real-time, but it is still limited to specific applications. Recently, a modder found a way to get this utility to work with all PC games, making it possible to play virtually any game in HDR.

The modder discovered that the new driver has some hidden “TrueHDR” profile options, which enable users to apply RTX HDR to games that do not support it. This makes it a great alternative to Windows Auto-HDR. The tool is compatible with DX9, DX10, DX11, and DX12 games and may also work with OpenGL and Vulkan games.

You can download this utility over at NexusMods. You will need driver 551.23 or later versions and WDDM 3.1 to activate it. However, it is worth noting that this utility only works with RTX GPUs, so AMD users won't be able to use it.

Currently, TrueHDR is not compatible with Nvidia NIS or DSR. Therefore, if you want to use this mod, you must deactivate them.

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KitGuru says: It would be nice if Nvidia officially launched RTX TrueHDR for various applications and games. As we've seen, the current version can be used on more than just web browsers.

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