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Posted by: DavidC1
« on: February 10, 2019, 03:10:36 »

Here's one from Notebookcheck's link: https : / / www.notebookcheck.net/Nvidia-s-DLSS-technology-makes-1440p-look-like-1800p-says-PC-hardware-reviewer.336400.0. html

You can search for them online.

GamersNexus, the site that trashed Tomshardware for the dishonest "Just buy it!" article, covered this as well. As with most form of AA, it blurs text.

It performs better than 4K with TAA, but with reduced detail. It's really a tradeoff. Do you want the best quality for worst performance, or slightly worse quality for better performance, or go 1440p for best performance but with worst quality?

The link in Notebookcheck above says DLSS 4K is equivalent to 1800p. The performance gain is in between moving from 4K to 1440p, so that makes sense too.
Posted by: S.Yu
« on: February 09, 2019, 16:31:36 »

There's a performance gain only because DLSS reduces the resolution and upscales it. In addition, you need to use a supercomputer to train it on every game to make it work. Really a lot of work for a situational gain.

You are better off running 4K with no AA because most forms of AA results in clarity loss on the entire scene and looks blurry.
Interesting, I was about to ask about this, there needs to be a quality comparison between this and traditional AA algorithms, and AA off of course.
The training shouldn't be a problem though, whatever Nvidia releases should receive widespread support.
Posted by: DavidC1
« on: February 09, 2019, 14:44:19 »

There's a performance gain only because DLSS reduces the resolution and upscales it. In addition, you need to use a supercomputer to train it on every game to make it work. Really a lot of work for a situational gain.

You are better off running 4K with no AA because most forms of AA results in clarity loss on the entire scene and looks blurry.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: February 09, 2019, 08:54:48 »

We test how much of a performance boost DLSS can provide for a laptop equipped with RTX 2060 graphics and the results are surprisingly similar to the RTX 2070 Max-Q. If assuming these values can translate to real-world titles, then Nvidia might have a real game-changer on their hands for playing demanding AAA PC titles.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Have-a-GeForce-RTX-2060-graphics-card-Enabling-DLSS-can-boost-performance-by-almost-50-percent.405821.0.html

 
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