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NVIDIA DLSS With 120% Boost Performance In 4 New Games

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NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling)

So we start with the simple question of “what is DLSS or Deep Learning Super Sampling Technology ?”

DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling which uses machine learning and modern artificial intelligence to create a visual image that elevates the resolution visuals without overhead processing.

Powerful supercomputers render arrangements of thousands of images which helps NVIDIA’s algorithm to study those images. This helps to produce enhanced visual images by instructing NVIDIA’s algorithms without putting heavy pressure on the graphics card.

Deep Learning Super Sampling actually instructs NVIDIA’s Artificial Intelligence algorithms to recreate premium visuals in the games for high experience, Where most classical super-resolution technology fails is creating higher quality images due to bugs and visual artifacts present in the image.

The construction of Deep Learning Super Sampling is done keeping in mind that it has to work with bugs so that it can enhance the image quality better than ever before. In the near future, NVIDIA claims that Deep Learning Super Sampling will advance over time which will uplift the look and feel of modern gaming graphics.

Deep Learning Super Sampling functions by restricting a game to render at high resolution and uses advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to highlight the looks of a higher rendered resolution. It uses an anti-aliasing effect and computerized sharpening methods for creating a better quality image.

This technology creates image resolution look like 4K which is actually running on 1440p and 1080p looks like it’s running on 1440p. Deep Learning Super Sampling 2.0 provides a resolution of 4k while rendering on 1080p.

Nvidia DLSS Supported Games Performances On NVIDIA’s GPU With And Without Enabling NVIDIA DLSS (3840×2160)

Call of Duty: Black ops Cold war: Tested on the ultra setting, ray tracing on, i7-8700k, 16 GB ram, and win 10×64.

RTX 3090 projected an average Frames per second of 68.2 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 124.7.
RTX 3080 projected an average Frames per second of 59.5and after
enabling DLSS it shows 113.9.
RTX 2080 Ti projected an average Frames per second of 49 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 98.
RTX 3070

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projected an average Frames per second of 45.9 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 85.
RTX 2070 super projected an average Frames per second of 39.3 and
after enabling Nvidia DLSS it shows 76.2.

War Thunder: Tested on High setting, ray tracing on, i9-10900k, 32 GB ram, and win 10×64.

RTX 3090 projected an average Frames per second of 176.2 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 221.
RTX 3080 projected an average Frames per second of 162.7 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 207.1.
RTX 3070 projected an average Frames per second of 126.4 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 166.4.
RTX 2080 Ti projected an average Frames per second of 128.9 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 170.3.
RTX 2070 super projected an average Frames per second of 83.2 and
after enabling Nvidia DLSS it shows 114.8.

World War 2: Tested on max setting, ray tracing on, i9-10900k, 32 GB ram, and win 10×64.

RTX 3090 projected an average Frames per second of 165.5 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 233.9.
RTX 3080 projected an average Frames per second of 144 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 210.8.
RTX 3070 projected an average Frames per second of 115.5 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 180.3.
RTX 2080 Ti projected an average Frames per second of 133 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 171.2.
RTX 2070 super projected an average Frames per second of 68.8 and
after enabling Nvidia DLSS it shows 109.1.

Upcoming S.W.A.T game (alpha): Tested on max setting, ray tracing on, i7-9900k, 32 GB ram, and win 10×64.

RTX 3090 projected an average Frames per second of 46.7 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 95.2.
RTX 3080 projected an average Frames per second of 39.5 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 86.1.
RTX 3070 projected an average Frames per second of 29.7 and after
enabling DLSS it shows 69.5.
RTX 2080 Ti projected an average Frames per second of 31.9 and
after enabling DLSS it shows 71.4.
RTX 2060 projected an average Frames per second of 15.2 and
after enabling Nvidia DLSS it shows 40.9.

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Sources: Nvidia News Room, 4 Games Just Got Faster With The Addition Of NVIDIA DLSS, 19th November 2020.

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Kathrina Davis

Editor In Chief Katharina Started young in the field of Internet Marketing & Digital Graphics, along with her college studies in 2010. Her hobby is keeping updated with latest tech news around the globe.

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