Large Image: The November 2021 update Nvidia covers a variety of topics about what the company is doing with its image reconstruction technology. The main story is an upgraded image scaling technology called Nvidia Image Scaling, which AMD is now offering as an alternative to DLSS and FSR in hopes of gaining broader support from developers.
There has been a lot of praise for Nvidia DLSS - a feature that makes low-resolution images look better or better than high-resolution images in games that support it, thus improving performance. This is done through a combination of artificial intelligence and the use of previous frame information and tensor cores in Nvidia RTX graphics cards. Analysts at groups like Eurogamer's DigtialFoundry believe users should always turn it on whenever it's available. Increase. It doesn't use AI or previous frame information, but it works on most GPUs, whether it's AMD or Nvidia.
A comparison of the two in games that use both shows that FSR is simpler and, in the end, it's less effective. However, many popular games recently supported FSR before DLSS was added, or in fact instead of DLSS. Examples include Far Cry 6, Deathloop, Resident Evil Village, and Back 4 Blood. This is probably a result of the less stringent FSR requirements, and AMD has made it open source, so anyone can implement it. p>
In response, it appears that Nvidia has announced that it is adding more features to its existing photo scale. This is not a DLSS, but a simple FSR-like optimizer that now contains an improved precision algorithm with a 6-stroke filter, 4-way scaling, and adaptive precision filters. p>
The Nvidia Image Scale is activated in the . Nvidia Control Panel in the "Manage 3D Settings" section. Once activated, it adds five new resolutions that can be selected through the game's settings menus, based on your screen resolution, from 85% to 50%. Note that the latter is not available for 1080p screens. p>
When the user chooses one of these resolutions with a full screen game, Nvidia Image Scaling must be upgraded from it to the home screen. If a game does not support full screen mode, the user can simply use Nvidia Image Scaling to change the desktop resolution. p>
Nvidia Image Scaling even has an in-game wrapper that should show results in real time. time. This is done through GeForce Experience, which can also be used to configure the Nvidia Image Scale. Pressing Alt + F3 while playing allows you to adjust the sharpness during the game and see the difference right away. p>