The following RTX 3000 driver update will bring a new technology to PC gamers: DLDSR. Similar to DLSS, the latter does the opposite. The process, called downscaling, consists of calculating the AI with a higher accuracy and then returning to the configured process. This makes it possible to erase some perfection and improve the graphics.
For some time now, PC players have made use of so-called upgrade technologies that have made display possible thanks to AI higher resolution of those allowed by their graphics cards. At Nvidia, we are entitled to DLSS, while FSR recently came to AMD. It’s very powerful and fundamentally changes the way you enjoy the game, for example by accessing 8K in recent titles.
So, inevitably, when Nvidia announces its new downsizing technology, one can quickly wonder why it gets bitten by a fly. But, upon closer examination, the latter is no hoax. baptized Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution (DLDSR)It will debut on January 14th. In the meantime, the manufacturer clarified the principle, which is very simple in the end.
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DLDSR, what is it?
The idea remains the same: Optimize the display of games at a certain resolution. In theory, the process is similar. Just like DLSS, DLDSR will take a certain resolution, say 1080p, and AI will calculate a higher resolution, say 1440p. But technology doesn’t stop there, since, Displays the image again in 1080p.
why ? If the display does not change substantially in appearance, this approach makes it possible Soothe a few blemishes, especially in terms of refinement, while increasing the quality of shadows and textures. So the benefit to the player is complete: he will be able to enjoy his game in better conditions even if his computer cannot display it in ultra-high definition.
What’s more, just like the RSR from AMD announced a few days ago, the technology will be available through Simple driver update. For anyone with an RTX 3000 graphics card, go to January 14 To see what’s in her stomach.
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