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(Pocket-lint) – When Nvidia DLSS technology became available, it was like a revolution in the results you would expect from a gaming laptop – your hardware almost looked like it had been updated. Level without you anything.
DLSS stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, which helps increase frame rate by providing great gaming images. DLSS promises to increase productivity and efficiency by providing excellent image quality. How do they do it? We have all the details right here.
Tensor cores, AI, performance enhancement
Nvidia tensor cores are hardware elements built into Nvidia graphics processors that specialize in performing artificial intelligence calculations. With DLSS, the NVIDIA GPU partially reproduces the image and then uses its tensor cores and AI algorithms to fill in the missing information. This is a clever optimization that allows the GPU to display more frames while DLSS fills the rest.
Enabling DLSS frees up your GPU; it is able to transmit more frames per second to your screen, as AI helps to generate images.
How does DLSS help a laptop’s energy efficiency?
Along with portability, the laptop has limitations on power, heat and noise. All components inside the notebook have common solutions for power and heat, trying to control noise and temperature.
How does your laptop hardware work with these limitations? It’s all about efficiency, and it’s another way to look at laptop hardware.
Each laptop GPU must run within the power limit, and DLSS is unique to laptops because it increases game performance while maintaining GPUs running at the same power.
More performance, same power. Here’s how DLSS gets the most out of the hardware your laptop already has, that’s how DLSS increases efficiency.
AI has been a great success in recent years, and DLSS is no exception. Thanks to DLSS, users can expect similar or even better image quality than images reproduced in their original form without the help of AI. In some cases, DLSS creates significantly better images because the AI algorithm uses temporary feedback methods for clearer image detail and better interframe stability.
DLSS provides users with four image quality modes: quality, balanced, productive and ultra-productive. They control the internal resolution of the game, and the performance mode allows you to change the resolution up to 4 times (1080p → 4K). The user gets more features and can change the DLSS mode to further improve performance.
When you notice the benefits of performance, efficiency and image quality, DLSS really starts to look pretty amazing. Learn more about Nvidia here and be sure to turn it on if you have compatible hardware – you’ll never look back!