Nvidia has announced that its new Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) scaling setting introduced with its GeForce GTX 900 series of graphics cards will now work with GeForce GTX 500, 600, and 700 series GPUs, provided they're powerful enough. The support comes bundled in with the latest Nvidia GeForce 344.48 drivers, meaning Kepler and Fermi desktop GPUs can now get in on the action.
Dynamic Super Resolution is a new brute-force technique that runs a game at a higher resolution, up to 4K, before downsampling it to fit a 1920 x 1080p display to improve the image quality. It was announced as a built-in feature for Maxwell GPUs but is now opening up to the rest of Nvidia’s range. It’s not the only update in these new GeForce 344.48 drivers of course, which also bring SLI and performance improvements to some of this month’s biggest titles, including Lords of the Fallen, Elite: Dangerous and Civilization: Beyond Earth. [More]