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Old 10-22-2014, 05:35 PM   #1
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Default Nvidia adds Dynamic Super Resolution support to older cards

Downloaded it for my GTX 660 TI. This is a big step forward. I maynot have to upgrade quite so soon after all.


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Nvidia just released a new GeForce driver: 344.48 WHQL. On top of adding support for new games like Civilization: Beyond Earth, this new driver enables Nvidia’s Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology on Nvidia GeForce GTX 500, 600 and 700 series desktop graphics cards.In case you haven’t read up on DSR, it involves running a game at a higher resolution (up to 4K is currently supported) and then downsampling it to a 1080p screen to improve image quality. It’s essentially brute force anti-aliasing. Thus far, Nvidia has been promoting DSR functionality as a built-in feature for its new Maxwell GPUs. Now Nvidia has brought the technology to the older Fermi and Kepler GPUs.

The most exciting thing about Nvidia’s implementation is it works automatically through the GeForce Experience, and since the downsampling is done at the driver level, it’s more compatible and efficient (though not as configurable) than modder-created hacks, like Durante’s GeDoSaTo
http://www.pcgamer.com/nvidia-adds-d...raphics-cards/
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Downloaded it for my GTX 660 TI. This is a big step forward. I maynot have to upgrade quite so soon after all.




http://www.pcgamer.com/nvidia-adds-d...raphics-cards/
I've been playing with this all day. It helps some of my less demanding games on my GTX 760. But some take too big of a FPS hit for my liking at the above 1080p resolutions. Do you know if the DSR smoothness does anything to games that are still set at 1080p?
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