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    Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Compares frames per second in Infiltrator @4K - Turing with DLSS on vs Pascal with TAA on.
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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Nvidia maths: 41 * 2 = 68
    Someone better check their accounting practises cause they may have been overstating their profits

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    All we keep getting is benchmarks that NVIDIA can run, but where are our benchmarks?

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Marketing bumpf, all it ever is!

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Hexus are describing it as 'AA smoothing', but isn't it more a smart upscaler so it's not actually calculating 4K pixels, but significantly fewer and upscaling?

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Nothing more than results from a canned benchmark they made themselves, nice. Not even any usable comparisons of PQ.

    Is that FFXV benchmark still the only publicly available DLSS demo?

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Really want to see some screenshots taken in production games by third party's, given that DLSS is upscaling an image I want to see if anyhow much of a difference there is vs native resolution.
    Performance might be great but if it looks like crap then what's the point?
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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    So the 20 series cards aren't capable enough to take advantage of the G-Sync HDR 4K 144Hz monitors for new games?

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Hexus are describing it as 'AA smoothing', but isn't it more a smart upscaler so it's not actually calculating 4K pixels, but significantly fewer and upscaling?
    Think less upscaling and more imaginary pixels. Using AI to generate more accurate graphics is a great step forward... just wish it didnt need a mortgage to even start thinking about it.

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    They're comparing apples and oranges in another insulting load of marketing masturbation.

    You can't change both variables and say it's a comparison. I want to see the performance difference on the same card. This is not a comparison, it's treating us like idiots once again.

    Do it honestly or don't bother.

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    4K still a myth, don't bother to much about it before receiving products that can run 4K with Ultra settings at 60FPS+ minimum and average above 75-85 FPS of course depending on program/game if it is well programmed or not, don't waste coin yet is my take on it.

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    Re: Nvidia shares some Infiltrator 4K DLSS benchmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by MajorZod View Post
    Think less upscaling and more imaginary pixels.
    It's upscaling. The computer runs some code on a lower res image and infers what the missing pixels should look like, same as every single other type of upscaling.

    The only new part is that there's a database of machine learned data specific to the game that's utilised in the process. nVidia calling them 'imaginary pixels' is patronising

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