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    Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    Capcom will add DLSS to the game on 17th July, precipitating the increased performance.
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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    That's a pretty impressive boost. Does DLSS replace AA?

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    But what is the resolution it DLSS upscales from?

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    Quote Originally Posted by chj View Post
    That's a pretty impressive boost. Does DLSS replace AA?
    No, AA improves image quality. DLSS renders at a reduced resolution and then (very) cleverly upscales in an AA-like manner to give the final result - the image quality will be reduced but the trade is higher framerates.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    But what is the resolution it DLSS upscales from?
    You can probably work it out by reducing the resolution without DLSS until you get a better than 50% framerate boost

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    You can probably work it out by reducing the resolution without DLSS until you get a better than 50% framerate boost
    I wanted to take the piss and say that but I felt like being nice today

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    The result is quite impressive but not well shown on the screeshot)

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    Surely the bigger take-away is that a 1000+ ukp graphics card can't run the game at 4k high quality at more than 40fps without resorting to "fudging it"? It doesn't look *that* pretty!

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    Re: Nvidia boasts of 50 per cent FPS boost in Monster Hunter: World

    DLSS is always slightly blurry with weird artifacts. Not surprising it can boast 50% performance if it looks awful.

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