Armory Staff Posted October 22, 2014 Share Posted October 22, 2014 /files/u69/nvidia_gpu_2.jpgNew driver release brings Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) to Kepler and Fermi Nvidia today made available its "Game Ready" GeForce 344.48 WHQL driver, which among other things brings support for Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) to desktop graphics cards based on the company's Kepler and Fermi architectures. DSR is a featured that was rolled out with Nvidia's Maxwell launch, and what it does is render games at a higher, more detail resolution and then shrinks them down to the resolution of your monitor. The GPU maker's bold claim is that DSR can give you 4K (3840x2160) quality graphics on any screen, including your Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) panel. "Enthusiasts with compatible monitors and technical know-how refer to this process as Downsampling or Super Sampling. DSR drastically improves upon this process by applying a high-quality filter specifically designed for the task," Nvidia explains. "DSR also makes the process simpler with on/off integration built directly into GeForce Experience and it's compatible with all monitors, removes the need for technical know-how, and is integrated into GeForce Experience's Optimal Playable Settings." You can view a demonstration of this technology here -- drag the slider left and right to see how DSR affects the visual quality of the grass. Nvidia's latest driver also adds a bunch of application and 3D Vision profiles, along with 3D compatibility mode support for Dead Rising 3 and Strife. Driver Download Release Notes (PDF) Follow Paul on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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