NVIDIA today has released its latest Game Ready Driver — version 430.39 — which adds optimized support for the new Mortal Kombat 11, additional G-SYNC compatible displays, new GTX 16-series laptops, the usual assortment of performance improvements, and, most interestingly, the new GTX 1650.

Yes, the rumors were true. NVIDIA today has launched the GTX 1650 which makes the Turing architecture available at a new low price point of $149. Unfortunately, NVIDIA was not able to provide compatible drivers to reviewers prior to the GTX 1650 launch, so while we've had the hardware for a few days now, we're only able to start benchmarking the card alongside this driver release today. But Sebastian is already hard at work putting the GTX 1650 through its paces, so expect a full review in the next few days.

The other big feature included in Game Ready Driver 430.39 is support for seven new G-SYNC Compatible Displays:

You can find a complete list of G-SYNC Compatible Displays at NVIDIA's website and grab the latest driver from the GeForce Driver Download page.