Is your graphics an NVIDIA RTX? In these games you will have more performance
In the latest generations of graphics cards, NVIDIA has focused more on new technologies than on improve performance gross of their products. One of these technologies is NVIDIA DLSS, an acceleration system based on Artificial Intelligence only compatible with RTX graphics that allows to substantially improve performance. In this article, we are going to tell you what they are. all the games in which you will have better performance thanks to this technology if you have an NVIDIA RTX graphics card.
NVIDIA DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, and consists of an AI-based rendering system that improves performance using Tensor Cores AI processors in NVIDIA RTX graphics. In essence, this technology harnesses the power of a deep learning neural network to increase FPS by rendering images at a lower resolution and then automatically scaling them, so the impact on visual quality is quite small, but the impact on performance is often very large.
List of games supported by NVIDIA DLSS
Unfortunately, not all games are compatible with this technology since it is something that the developer of the game must implement on their own, so having an NVIDIA RTX graphics card will not have an advantage over others by itself. However, the list of compatible games is getting bigger and bigger, and below we list all the games that september 2022 are already compatible.
|Call of Duty: Modern Warfare||Call of Duty: Warzone||Control||CRSED: FOAD (Formerly Cuisine Royale)||Crysis-Remastered|
|Cyberpunk 2077||DEATH STRANDING||Deliver Us the Moon||Edge of Eternity||listed|
|F1 2020||Final Fantasy XV||Fortnite||ghostrunner||Gu Jian Qi Tan Online|
|Iron Conflict||Justice||Marvel’s Avengers||MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries||Metro Exodus & Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition|
|Minecraft with RTX For Windows 10||monster hunter world||Moonlight Blade||deadly shell||Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord|
|Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition||Outriders||Pumpkin Jack||Shadow of the Tomb Raider||System Shock|
|The Fabled Woods||The Medium||War Thunder||Watch Dogs: Legion||Wolfenstein: Youngblood|
|Xuan-Yuan Sword VII|
The list of games is expanding little by little, and more and more developers are implementing the possibility of using NVIDIA DLSS in their games, although it is true that being an exclusive feature of NVIDIA RTX graphics cards, not all are showing the interest that we users would like (it would be another thing if AMD also implemented it in the same way (they have it, but it is called FSR and it works differently so its implementation is not the same), since at that time the developers would be more interested in ALL users being able to opt for better performance with this technology).
How to use this technology with your NVIDIA RTX graphics card
As we mentioned at the beginning, being able to enjoy that extra performance in games is exclusive to NVIDIA RTX graphics cards, so the first requirement is logically that your PC has one of these mounted and working. You will also need to have installed the NVIDIA driverssince it is dependent on these.
You don’t need anything else, since if you have an RTX graphics card and the drivers installed, in any of the games that we have listed above you will find the option to enable DLSS in its graphic options, thanks to which you can enjoy better performance.
As a general rule, you will find several levels of implementation of the technology, usually Quality Mode and Performance Mode (in some cases, also Ultra Performance Mode). The higher the implementation level, the more FPS you will get in games, but you may also notice that the graphic quality is reduced, so the ideal is that you keep trying until you find the perfect balance between quality and performance for you.