Nvidia Expands Line-up of Performance-Enhanced 'DLSS' Games for GeForce RTX Graphics Cards

Written by Neil Soutter on Fri, Sep 14, 2018 3:44 PM
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Nvidia has ramped up the list of gamers which will officially support the Nvidia DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) technology featured in its GeForce RTX graphics cards. DLSS is totally separate from the ray-tracing capabilities of these new GPUs, utilising the Tensor Cores to deliver an AI-powered antialiasing solution that can massively improve performance.

The updated DLSS list includes a number of big titles due out later this year, as well as a smattering of currently available titles such as Hellblade and SCUM. The biggest upcoming games include Darksiders 3, Overkill’s The Walking Dead and Stormdivers.

In these games, the likes of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, GeForce RTX 2080 and GeForce RTX 2070 will be able to utilise DLSS to dramatically improve performance and allows 4K/60fps to be achieved far more easily. Nvidia also claims the AI-based AA improves image quality over traditional anti-aliasing solutions.

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"If you’re unfamiliar with DLSS, this new RTX technology uses the power of deep learning and AI to train the GPU to render crisp images, while running up to 2x faster than previous generation GPUs using conventional anti-aliasing techniques," says Nvidia.

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09:59 Sep-17-2018

DLSS? That's just aliasing. Talk Ray-Tracing Nvidia.Oh wait, you cant because this isn't actual ray-tracing now, is it? Thanks for playing Nvidia.

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21:27 Sep-14-2018

videocardz just leaked 2000 series benchmarks. While they should be taken with a grain of salt, they shouldnt be far off.


The tldr of the benches:


2080 = 15% faster then the 1080ti
2080ti = 45% faster then the 1080ti

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13:14 Sep-15-2018

Looks like I'm in for a treat then, if the 45% figure is correct :)

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16:19 Sep-15-2018

what will you do with your 1080ti's?

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17:34 Sep-15-2018

They'll move "down" as rendering cards and I'll sell the 1080s. I rock 4 cards.
Had 1080 SLI + 2x Quadro M5000.
Then 1080Ti SLI + 2x 1080
Now 2080Ti SLI (NvLink) + 2x 1080Ti

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19:30 Sep-14-2018

I want this AI solution to be the new FXAA that you can just force-slap onto everything!

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17:19 Sep-14-2018

Its cool technology i just want amd gpu's to be able to support something similar so its not locked only on green side.

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09:06 Sep-15-2018

i don't know if that will happen anytime soon, AMD doesn't really focus on deep learning as Nvidia does

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11:24 Sep-15-2018

Believe amd was working on it's own raytracing solution already. I doubt it will be included in next gen tho

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13:15 Sep-15-2018

Their raytracing was not real-time, it was more for offline rendering, like VRay, Corona, etc.

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