Nvidia updates Ansel supported GPUs with 600-series cards

Ansel will be supported on GTX 650 and up

Nvidia updates Ansel supported GPUs with 600-series cards

Nvidia updates Ansel supported GPUs with 600-series cards


Nvidia has updated their list of Ansel supported GPUs to go back to the GTX 600-series video cards. The new technology will be usable on the GTX 650 and up.

Video game photography is becoming increasingly popular, which is why Nvidia came up with Ansel, a powerful game capture tool. Ansel lets you 'freeze [in-game] time', allowing you to compose shots from any angle. You can take screenshots at 'super-resolution' (up to 8 gigapixel, or '32x your monitor's resolution'), features OpenEXR capture for HDR images, Instagram-like Post-Process Filters, 360° panorama images and Free Camera, which gives you full control over the camera's position and motion. This should allow for some breathtaking screenshots.

Nvidia updates Ansel supported GPUs with 600-series cards

It's great to see that Ansel will be supported on Nvidia's older GPUs, especially considering the 600-series are almost four years old now. With this, we can see Ansel being used on many systems when it becomes available. Ansel will be supported on numerous triple-A games, including The Witcher III, Tom Clancy's The Division, Paragon and even the highly anticipated No Man's Sky, which will be released later this year. Nvidia has also stated that more games will be announced in the not too distant future.

Ansel was announced during the GTX 1080 launch event in Austin, Texas on May 6th. The new technology will be available 'soon', possibly around the same time the GTX 1080 will hit the shelves, though no official release date has been announced as of yet. We'll keep you posted.


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Most Recent Comments

10-05-2016, 18:18:30

Would love to see some W3 Blood and Wine screenshots with Ansel, it's already a breathtaking game. Can't wait!Quote

10-05-2016, 19:45:24

So my 680ms can use it too eh.Quote

11-05-2016, 00:33:35

Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
So my 680ms can use it too eh.
Don't think so, seems only desktop GPUs from the Nvidia website, i tried looking for mobile in other areas of the site but couldn't find anything on it

11-05-2016, 05:01:44

660 is accidentally missing from the list or is it not supported for real?Quote

11-05-2016, 05:51:14

Too badQuote

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