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Tech Focus: Nvidia DLDSR - What Does AI Downsampling Actually Do?

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Downsampling or super-sampling down from a higher resolution is a brute-force form of anti-aliasing. Nvidia's new DLDSR aims to do the same job with lower pixel counts, improved performance and maybe improved quality. What does it do? How does it work? Can a downsampled 1620p really look as good as a downsampled 2160p? And what happens if you combine DLSS with DLDSR? Alex Battaglia has answers!



4.3 GB

3840x2160, 59.94fps, 32.6mbps

AC3, 448kbps, 48000Hz



3.8 GB

3840x2160, 59.94fps, 28.6mbps

AC3, 448kbps, 48000Hz

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