The graphics card is wildly extra free – Nvidia’s DLSS technology is amazing


The background is DLSS technology developed by Nvidia. The acronym comes from the words Deep Learning Super Sampling, which sums up pretty well what it’s all about. The idea is to let the learning artificial intelligence think about how to make the graphics look more accurate than what it really is.

The technique is based on inverse super sampling, i.e. so oversampling. Traditional super sampling works by rendering the graphics with greater resolution than what is drawn on the screen. The result is more accurate graphics. The problem, of course, is that drawing each frame requires multiple times the performance because it is literally rendered many times.

The way DLSS uses super sampling is the other way around. It renders graphics with less resolution than what is drawn on the screen. The role of artificial intelligence is to learn what to do with graphics in the drawing phase in order for it to retain its details.

DLSS may rise to a high value in the near future as monitors and televisions inevitably move toward 8k resolutions. It is such a challenge that with native resolutions, current graphics cards would be ringing without help like DLSS.

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