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Nvidia dlss ultra quality spotted

Nvidia recently revised its DLSS 2.0 AI update algorithm, which may be the key to improving Nvidia's ray tracing capabilities.

Compared to the original game resolution, Nvidia's new DLSS 2.0 technology can provide better visual quality and better overall performance. DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, which generates fewer pixels and uses AI to create clearer, higher resolution images.

Control is a multi-dimensional shooter video game that recently received support and performance improvements from Nvidia through this new update. Youngblood and MechWarrior were also tested with the new DLSS 2.0 version.

Hardware Times detected improvements in ray tracing and compared images side-by-side between native rendering and DLSS 2.0.

The new and improved DLSS 2.0 manages to capture image quality that exceeds the original resolution. This means that Nvidia has finally fulfilled its promise to provide better performance without compromising image quality.

With the advent of controller-level DLSS 2.0, this means that if gamers use Nvidia Turing hardware, their performance will be increased by 40% to 70%. This may mean that ray tracing is possible without negatively affecting the overall image quality.

This new DLSS update means that if you have a GeForce RTX 2070 Super graphics card, you will be able to get the same level of frame rate as someone with a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. None of this will reduce the quality of the image.

For those who are disappointed at the prospect of having to wait for Nvidia's Ampere production line, this may be a ray of hope. As the COVID19 crisis worsens, it looks like we will have to wait. Understandably, most hardware manufacturers are delaying releases and delaying releases until we know more about what to expect in the future.

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