Nvidia’s latest upgrade in recent years comes with an NVIDIA Reflex, NVIDIA RTX, ray tracing, NVIDIA DLSS, a G sync and Tensor Cores that have changed the whole gaming experience with unparallel performance and incredibly cutting edge innovations.
Two years ago, NVIDIA introduced a breakthrough in graphics real-time ray tracing and AI-based DLSS (deep learning super sampling), together called RTX, Jeff Fisher, senior vice president of NVIDIA’s GeForce business said.
A little information on Ray tracing and DLSS
Ray tracing is a rendering technique that creates a 3D image by calculating how virtual light rays hit various surfaces. This technique is seen as a replacement for the traditional method of lighting objects in games to make everything appear more realistic. Still, it does require a significant amount of power.
DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) would be good for visuals because of how the resulting image would be downsized to fit the resolution of the display, keeping all that additional detail when used with temporal anti-aliasing (TAA)
Ray tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) are technologies NVIDIA added to its GPUs, starting with the RTX 20 series, to improve the visual fidelity of supported games. The RTX 2060 SUPER is an excellent GPU that takes advantage of these new features.
The companies which are integrating the technology jointly with Nvidia are as follows
- Call of Duty: Warzone Adds NVIDIA DLSS To Its Loadout
- Outriders Partners
- Five Nights At Freddy’s: Security Breach
- The Medium, Polish studio Adds Ray Tracing and DLSS
- Forged In Shadow Torch
- Iron Conflict Launches
- New Fortnite RTX Morbid Madhaus Custom Map
- New Minecraft
“We were excited to bring NVIDIA DLSS to Call of Duty®: Black Ops Cold War this year. It was a great addition for our players to increase their game performance on PC and we look forward to bringing this to Warzone.” — Eric Lavoie, Executive Producer at Beenox
It’s just a matter of time when other games use new technologies because other competitors are not going to sit back. AMD’s next-gen Big Navi RX 6000 graphics cards have launched and Intel’s upcoming Xe desktop graphics cards are also set to support ray tracing.