A few days ago we reported that AMD already has a new image upscaling technology that, unlike DLSS and FSR, did not have to be implemented game by game by the development team of each project. It would work for anything at the driver level with no issues. You can find out more here.
Well, NVIDIA also has a novelty in this area in the form of DLDSR! Which in turn is a downscaling tool. That is, a way to retain the benefits of large resolutions on monitors that don’t support them.
NVIDIA already has an answer to AMD’s response
Out of the blue, NVIDIA announced its new downscaling algorithm called DLDSR (Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution), which is actually an AI version of DSR (Dynamic Super Resolution).
But the big difference is the use of AI over tensor cores to increase the performance of the DSR algorithm (and good). The feature should already be available on January 14th. That is, in the next version of Game Ready drivers.
Besides, what do you think of all this? Are you enjoying the “war” between AMD and NVIDIA in software? Now we just need to have a good stock of graphics cards… That’s it! In the meantime, let us know what you think in the comments below.