Nvidia may plan to release an Ultra Quality mode for its popular scaling technology, DLSS, which could improve the image quality of the already impressive gaming tool.
DLSS, or Deep Learning Super Sampling, currently offers four different predefined ones, each of which offers a different mix of image quality and performance:
- Ultra performance
Possible new preset:
The new Ultra quality preset, which has appeared in the DLSS documentation of Unreal Engine 5, and which was seen by u / Reinhardovich on Reddit (via Videocardz), may offer a more loyalty-focused option for hawk-eyed players.
Because DLSS uses different resolutions to increase the frame rate relative to the native resolution, we can assume that Ultra Quality will use a resolution closer to the native than any of the existing DLSS presets.
DLSS is already quite performing today and you don’t have to sacrifice too much clarity to get much improved performance. However, a default Ultra Quality setting would offer a little more granularity when needed, when you just need a little extra help in terms of performance. So I hope it comes with an upcoming version of the technology.
The version of DLSS available depends on both the development of Nvidia and the game in question. Most DLSS games have switched to the much improved version of DLSS 2.0, and some are now in version 2.1 or even version 2.2.6, such as Rainbow Six Siege or Lego Builder's Journey.
According to reports, DLSS Ultra Quality could appear in version 2.2.9, which is currently in the DLSS Unreal Engine 5 connector. However, this engine remains in early access, so another game is likely to offer version 2.2. .9 before seeing anything from the Epic engine.
If you haven’t tried DLSS yet and have an RTX branded graphics card, I think you should. That is why it is worth activating DLSS 2.0 most of the time.