NVIDIA Shows Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered Running at 200+ FPS with DLSS 3

Except for the RTX 4090 running Overwatch 2 above 400 FPS

While the door has been opened for the new GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 GPUs, the topic of the moment when we talk about NVIDIA is DLSS 3 and its improvements. The GeForce YouTube channel publishes some games that work with this feature and Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered running with DLSS 3 peaks at over 200 FPS.

The configured resolution and graphics quality, apart from the GPU used, are not specified, but we cannot expect less than 4K and the maximum quality, since we are talking about video cards that are significantly higher than the current high-end GeForce, according to NVIDIA. .

Notably, the video compares Spider-Man Remastered rendered without any effects using ray tracing and DLSS 2.0 against the game using DLSS 3 and ray tracing.

NVIDIA has published another video The RTX 4090 runs Overwatch 2 at 1440p at over 400 FPS with latency below 7ms in most cases. According to the video description, the game runs at high graphics settings and has NVIDIA Reflex enabled to achieve low latency. No mention of using DLSS 3.

Yesterday, following a presentation by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, a video was released of A Plague Tale: Requiem, the title arriving next month, via a run-of-the-mill ray tracing. You can see the result below.

DLSS 3 is one of the great advantages of the Ada Lovelace architecture

The biggest highlight of DLSS 3, and what sets it apart from the other two generations, aside from the performance of AMD FSR and Intel XeSS, is the creation of new frames between normally generated frames to create a higher resolution image instead of pixels. through artificial intelligence.

NVIDIA promises that DLSS 3 will reduce CPU load in CPU-intensive games. “DLSS frame generation is performed as a post-process on the graphics card, allowing the AI ​​network to increase frame rates even when the game is slowed down by the CPU,” explains NVIDIA.

According to the company, RTX 20 and RTX 30 GPUs can theoretically run DLSS 3. But that would require NVIDIA to conduct additional research and engineering, and in the end, it wouldn’t be possible. But games with DLSS 3 tag will come with DLSS 2.0 + Reflex, the company guarantees.

NVIDIA DLSS 3 will not be supported by GeForce RTX 30 and RTX 20 cards
According to an NVIDIA engineer, theoretically it would be possible, but impossible


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Source: NVIDIA


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