NVIDIA Expands RTX DLSS Support to Nine More Games

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NVIDIA Expands RTX DLSS Support to Nine More Games

Continuing the RTX Momentum

While preparing for the actual launch of the GeForce RTX 20-series cards, NVIDIA has been working with developers to ensure that more titles will make use of their new technology. Aside from having a new, more powerful architecture, the GeForce RTX 20-series are capable of Deep-Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). This is an advanced new method of using AI to effectively render a scene. After all, these new GPUs are equipped with specialized Tensor Cores.

This deep learning technology not only enables crisper images on screen, it is also much more efficient. Thus, further providing higher framerates than the GTX 10-series cards. In fact, according to NVIDIA, expect up to 2x the performance when enabled versus traditional supersampling techniques.

Which Games Will Feature DLSS Support?

The initial list of games include the following:

Now, NVIDIA is announcing 9 more, bringing the total number to 25 even before the video card launches.

When are the NVIDIA RTX 20-Series Cards Coming Out?

NVIDIA has delayed the RTX 20-series launch by one more week. The original launch date is supposed to be on September 17. However, pre-orders will now ship out between September 20 and 27.

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