When the AMD RX 6800 series was released from the market, NVIDIA also rushed to make a big move, announcing a “big news” – and four more games have been added to support NVIDIA DLSS deep learning supersampling anti-aliasing technology, light chase performance continues to move forward. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Activisatic’s heavyweight production, fully supports NVIDIA DLSS, Reflex, Ansel, Highlights, up to 85% performance improvement at 4K resolution, and the RTX 2070S can run 76FPS.
War Thunder, a new work from Russia, has improved performance by up to 30% under 4K, and the RTX 2060 has a frame rate of more than 100FPS.
Enlisted, with performance improvements of up to 55% under 4K, the RTX 2060 is approaching 100FPS from just over 60FPS.
Ready or Not, up to 170% performance improvement under 4K, RTX 2060 from the lowest end, the front frame rate is only 15FPS, completely playable, after opening more than 40FPS, basically smooth.
The game is a graphics killer, the RTX 3090 standard state can only run 46.7FPS, DLSS decayed into magic, opened to reach 95.2FPS.
Curiously, however, the RTX 3070 performs slightly less than the RTX 2080 Ti.
NVIDIA also says more DLSS-supporting games are on the way, including “Sebopunk 2077”, but just, stop jumping …