In 2018, NVIDIA released RTX light chase game technology along with DLSS deep learning super sampling technology, which improves picture quality but significantly reduces performance, while DLSS is known as ” Popeye ” Because it can greatly improve game performance, it is often used in conjunction with RTX technology.
Technically, the NVIDIA DLSS is an AI super-resolution algorithm that's accelerated through the Tensor Cores of the GeForce RTX GPU. Super resolution is the process of accurately predicting a higher resolution output (e.g. 4K) from a lower resolution input (e.g. 1080p), enabling a game to render at 1080p resolution, improving frame rates, and then using AI and game engine data to provide image quality comparable to the original 4K output.
DLSS can track objects frame by frame, ensuring dynamic stability and reducing flicker and artifacts. By accessing previous frames and motion vectors, DLSS can track each pixel and sample the same pixel multiple times in different frames (called temporal hypersampling), providing richer detail and smoother edges than traditional sharpening solutions.
Over the past three years, DLSS has become a more popular technology than RTX, and NVIDIA has released GeForce 496.13 graphics card driver. This time, DLSS has been added to up to 10 games. These include Back 4 Blood, Crysis Remakes trilogy, Baldur's Gate 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Chivalry 2, Galaxy Breaker, Paladin 7 and Paladin Online.
With the addition of the new round of games, the number of games supporting DLSS technology has exceeded 120, and the number of games supporting RTX light chase is only 70 or 80 so far, should not be more than 100.
One of the main things DLSS does is improve game performance, and according to NVIDIA's 10 new DLSS supported games, it improves performance by at least 40%.Baldur's Gate 3 improves performance by up to 88%,Rise of the Tomb Raider also improved performance by 75%.