The tool is called deep learning dynamic Super resolution, or dldsr. The tool could let you improve the image quality of games that your graphics card can easily run.
Dldsr builds on NVIDIA’s dynamic Super resolution tech. It delivers a game at a higher resolution than your monitor can handle. Then downscales the game to your monitor’s native resolution.
Nvidia claims you’ll get image quality similar to running at four times the resolution using DSR with only 2.25 times the amount with dldsr.
You may get different results with different games, both in terms of FPS and what settings you have to run dldsr in. You may be able to play around with one of your favorite older titles – though you still will need an rtx card.
This is NVIDIA’s first use of deep learning to improve image quality and performance. However, dlss needs to be specifically supported by the game.
Amd, NVIDIA’s graphics card competitor, has also announced tech to improve performance and graphics on a wide array of games. Amd has its own upscaling tech called virtual Super resolution.