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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:34pm 08/03/22 | 0 Comments
A deep dive into NVIDIA’s new DLDSR rendering, which like DLSS uses AI to improve image quality specifically for gamers with 1080p and 1440p displays…

A snippet.
With less of a hit to performance, as seen with DLSS, the DL part of DLDSR is all about Deep Learning and taking advantage of the AI-based Tensor cores of the GeForce RTX range to do some of the heavy lifting. Here the AI network for DLDSR was “trained to recognize lines and edges to discriminate between aliasing and texture detail”.

Where DSR was all about using all GPU power left unused to improve image quality, DLDSR is about leveraging cutting-edge RTX technologies to do the same but with less of a hit to performance. The results are impressive to say the least, with DLDSR offering 4K-like improvements without the giant hit to the frame-rate that comes from natively rendering a game in 4K. It also opens the possibility of enabling DSR for more games for GeForce RTX players.

Our Full Deep Dive Into NVIDIA’s New DLDSR Rendering

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