Just Plain Mean
- May 18, 1997
Apparently some of the scuttlebutt about the RTX having framerate issues yesterday ruffled some feathers over at NVIDIA. Through the entire RTX presentation, we were never once given any kind of framerate metrics to digest, and that worried a lot of people. NVIDIA is leaking out some numbers today in order to counter the "RTX is gonna suck" argument. Also to share a bit more clarity on the numbers below, DLSS is "Deep Learning Super-Sampling" enabled. This is a new type of antialiasing that utilizes the Turing Tensor Cores to work. Think of this like the AI looking at a scene and deciding where there should not be jaggies, and fixes it. It would seem this is done in post, but we are not sure exactly of that. Also the slides outlines the specific games and what framerates those are able to be played at. Of course this is direct from NVIDIA, so consider it a best case scenario.