Nvidia Thread

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  1. Talon

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    DLSS is dead. Long live DLSS (not really).

     
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    For that cinematic 24 FPS amirite.
     
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    Ha, no. I do 4K@60 tyvm
     
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    Good luck getting that in Control with ray tracing enabled.
     
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    The embargo on Control was only lifted today. That video was produced several days earlier. It also doesn't change the fact that DLSS still looks like butt in the games tested, especially when compared to the other image sharpening techniques.
     
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    DLSS' arguably biggest benefit is in temporal stability, which static screenshots cannot show. It's very easy to make bullshots using excessive amounts of postprocess sharpening that look terrible and completely break in motion.
     
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    If you actually watched the video I linked, you would know that there is plenty of in-motion video available of Metro, BF 5, and The Division 2 that showcases NVIDIA and AMD sharpening alongside native and DLSS footage.



    "DLSS works but still marrs the image quality enough that some people will notice."
     
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