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Nvidia’s DLAA technology may be revolutionary for RTX GPU owners

Nvidia's DLAA technology may be revolutionary for RTX GPU owners

Nvidia’s DLAA technology may be revolutionary for RTX GPU owners

The most significant news about Nvidia over the past few months – apart from the terrible shortage of GPU stock — has been its DLSS Technology (Deep Learning Super Sampling). The arrival of DLAA – a technology similar to DLAA that smoothens out a game’s visuals – could change that.

DLAA is deep learning anti-aliasing. It uses similar deep learning tech to DLSS and provides gamers with a better graphical experience. DLAA technology improves the smoothness of graphics by increasing textural detail across 1080p and 1440p screen resolutions.

What is the working principle of DLAA?

Let’s begin with the first. DLSS is a technology that has been in use for a while. It renders 1080p games and scales them to 1440p or even 4K. This technology allows for a two-fold increase in performance, which is great for those with tight budgets who want to play more challenging titles.

DLAA works in a similar way, using similar machine learning with the sole purpose of increasing the smoothness and quality of your game’s graphics. DLAA, however, works with a native resolution image, rather than DLSS which upscales a 1080p frames. However, DLAA maintains a small drop in frames.

This new technology is currently being tested and can be used in Elder Scrolls Online, a 7-year old title. Alex Tardiff is the lead graphics programmer at ZeniMax Online Studios. He said that was not something all games would require, but it made sense for ESO.

DLAA vs DLSS vs TAA Benchmark

Below is one of the DLAA benchmark videos.

It’s easy to see the benefits that DLAA provides gamers by looking at the benchmarks from various sources. Side-by-side comparisons of DLSS, DLAA and TAA will show the visual improvements made by DLAA. Using DLAA makes brickwork, tree leaves and distant objects look much better.

Only RTX 2000 and 3000 series GPU users will be able use the new DLAA feature at this stage.

In the next few days, we’ll be running benchmarks on Nvidia’s new graphics feature. Keep checking back for any updates. We’ll also be updating this article as soon as new games become available.

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