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  • Battlefield V Supports Deep Learning Super Sampling
    Time: Jan. 10, 2019

    NVIDIA revealed that EA's first-person shooter, Battlefield V Origin CD Key, and the next multiplayer action RPG will support Anthem's deep learning super sampling on the company's RTX graphics card line.

    The news was announced by NVIDIA at CES 2019, with the launch of the new RTX 2060 card, a new technology for laptops with power games and new additions to the G-SYNC monitors. In the NVIDIA CES 2019, Justice and Atomic Heart technology demonstrations using DLSS and ray tracing technology were also presented.

    Deep Learning Supersampling is a new rendering technology available only on NVIDIA RTX graphics cards. Despite its name, DLSS is not really a super sampling. Instead, it presents a game with a resolution lower than the original resolution and then uses artificial intelligence processes to change the size of the image.

    This is a widely used after-treatment effect in two ways: as a new form of smoothing, which represents Jaggies in the form of Nvidia as a lighter and more effective method, and as an ascending resolution. In this last mode, it offers an improved version of elements such as the rendering of chessboard used by the PlayStation 4 Pro or the Xbox One X to obtain sometimes 4K images much more adapted to the PC.