AMD has already revealed the “Radeon Super Resolution”.
The driver that activates the DLDSR will arrive on Friday 14th January
The technology will be released during the first quarter in the form of new drivers, and now Nvidia is responding to the competition with a new DLDSR that stands for “Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution,” which is a lot more descriptive than AMD’s name for almost the same technology, at least the desired outcome.
This is an AI or deep learning version of dynamic hyper-resolution that has always been an option.
This is how it works:
On January 14, Game Ready Driver updated the Nvidia DSR with AI. DLDSR (Deep Learning Super Resolution) paints the game in higher resolution and in more detail before you intelligently scale the score down to the resolution your monitor is using. This downsampling technology improves image quality by improving detail, smoothing edges, and reducing flicker.
It promises better performance
DLDSR enhances DSR by implementing an AI network that requires fewer pixels. This means that we can usefully compare the image quality of the DLDSR 2.5x with that of the DSR 4x, but with better performance. DLDSR works in most games with RTX GPUs, thanks to these Tensor Cores graphics cards
The company also announced new Frestyle filters with “Screen Space Ray-Traced Global Illumination” and “Dynamic Depth of Field.” There are also eight new monitors sealed with “G-Sync Compatible” support.
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