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Nvidia announces new DLDSR downsampling feature and advanced Freestyle filters

Nvidia's upcomingGeForce Game Ready driver sure sounds promising. The new graphics driver will bring DLSS and Reflex support for God of War PC and Rainbow Six Extraction, optimisations and enhancements for Grit, The Anacrusis and Hitman III Year 2. The real highlights, however, are the advanced Freestyle filters and new DLDSR upscaling technology.

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10 more games get RTX support

Nvidia’s RTX technology is mighty impressive, and has helped many PC players make the most of their Nvidia GPUs. Unfortunately, the company’s RTX technology requires bespoke implementation on a game-by-game basis. Fortunately, 10 more games are now seeing support being added – including Hitman III. In a recent blog post, …

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God of War on PC gets DLSS and Nvidia Reflex

Back in October, we learned that God of War will be making its way to PC in early 2022, bringing a host of improvements like unlocked frame rates and tweakable graphics options. Today, we learned about even more PC-specific features coming with this version of the game, including support for …

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Nintendo patents DLSS-like feature for Switch

While Nintendo continues to deny that a Switch Pro exists, mounting evidence says otherwise. Following on from reports that multiple studios were in possession of ‘4K Switch’ development kits, a new patent filed by Nintendo in 2020 confirms a long-running rumour regarding the Switch Pro.  Nintendo filed a patent in …

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Intel Xe super sampling technology said to be more comparable to DLSS 2.0 than FSR

During Architecture Day 2021, Intel introduced its own super-sampling technology named XeSS. Although the company has revealed some details about this technology during its presentation, additional information has now been shared in an interview with Intel Principal Engineer Karthik Vaidyanathan. During an extensive interview with Wccftech, Karthik revealed new details …

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