Most people know NVIDIA’s latest RTX-series of GPUs for its inclusion of RTX cores that handle real-time ray tracing. Often overlooked, it also includes tensor cores that handle Deep Learning Super Sampling that improves visual fidelity and performance. Recently, NVIDIA has released a newer version of DLSS – DLSS 2.0 that includes several improvements over its first iteration. But before we go deeper, let’s first discuss what DLSS is.
DLSS is an AI rendering technology that boosts frame rates and delivers sharper subjects on PC games, upscaling its output resolution from native rendering. Powered by the NVIDIA RTX TensorCores found on the brand’s RTX GPUs, the technology first rolled out on the RTX 20 series.
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