Nvidia increases FPS in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War by 85% thanks to AI in DLSS

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Nvidia has announced that Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold WarAlong with a couple of other games, they will get image processing with DLSS technology, coupled with an increase in 4K performance. But before going into details, and for those who do not know What is DLLS?

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Nvidia DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is a technology based on neural networks that Nvidia has, which use AI to perform tasks programmed by Nvidia. This means that DLSS is responsible for improving the image displayed on the screen, improving areas of the image that are not well defined automatically in less demanding resolutions and increasing the performance of graphics cards thanks to its AI algorithm.

Four will be the games that benefit from this technology: War Thunder, Enlisted, Ready or Not and Call or Duty: Black Ops Cold War, which Nvidia acknowledges that its performance will increase by 85% at 4K with DLSS enabled on graphics cards GeForce RTX. This means that the use of a RTX 3070 makes you jump from playing at 45 fps at 85 frames per second to 4K quality with ray tracing enabled, insane.

These 4 new titles join the more than 25 games that now support Nvidia’s DLSS technology, which, despite still being a fairly high system for current games, aims to be the standard for graphics performance in the future.

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