- Dec 9, 2012
NVIDIA dropped some unexpected news on a few graphics-enhancing features that will go live with the next Game Ready driver, starting with DLDSR. It's exactly what it sounds like, an AI-powered version of the Dynamic Super Resolution or DSR that's been available via the Control Panel for several years.
According to NVIDIA, DLDSR could be up to twice as efficient while maintaining similar quality. In the example image, we can see Prey running at nearly the same frame rate of the native 1080p resolution, all the while actually rendering at 1620p resolution for crisper definition.
By combining DLDSR and depth-based filters such as SSRTGI, you could obtain a 'remastered' game as seen in the below image from Prey.
NVIDIA AI Powered DLDSR Unveiled; Marty McFly's Depth-Based Filters (Including Ray Tracing) Coming to GFE
NVIDIA has announced a new AI powered version of DSR called DLDSR. Additionally, they're adding Marty McFly's depth-based filters to GFE.