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    3DMark variable rate shading feature test makes its debut

    Tests allow for VRS on and off comparisons, and there is a real-time interactive mode.
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    Re: 3DMark variable rate shading feature test makes its debut

    I have ran this for a bit today and it is impressive, at my native 1440p with a 2080 I saw a 60% performance increase, however you could see a slight loss of sharpness. What I found interesting is at higher resolutions is that the performance increase percentage got even higher and I could no longer see a difference in visual quality, at the highest resolution available I saw a 92% performance increase from an average of around 60fps to 116fps. Interesting tech indeed, I hope we see game developers making good use of it! For example we could see 8k gaming being possible at decent frames with current gen cards if what I have seen is anything to go by.

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