Nvidia DLSS in 2020: This Could Be a Game-Changer

Ludak021

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No, I found bragging redundant, still appreciated your answer tho. ;)

PS. result is percentage based. I checked. FPS doesn't matter really here. Just how much % is DLSS taking when used versus not using it achieve the desired resolution at desired quality setting.
 

krizby

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No, I found bragging redundant, still appreciated your answer tho. ;)

PS. result is percentage based. I checked. FPS doesn't matter really here. Just how much % is DLSS taking when used versus not using it achieve the desired resolution at desired quality setting.
Now to help you get a clearer picture, the difference in performance between a WC 2080 Ti OC and a stock 2080 Ti is about the same as RTX 2060 Super to 2070 Super, it's enough to warrant another tier on top of 2080 Ti. The article clearly show a stock 2080 Ti being CPU bottlenecked at 1440p (less perf gain compare to RTX 2060), surely that means a heavily Oced 2080 Ti would get a bigger handicap.
And well if you already think that I was bragging about my watercooled 2080 Ti, may I add that I have a custom watercooled PC and not just some AIO sticking on top of an 2080 Ti :D.
 
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Squid Surprise

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PS. result is percentage based. I checked. FPS doesn't matter really here. Just how much % is DLSS taking when used versus not using it achieve the desired resolution at desired quality setting.
That was my whole point - every other Techspot article gives % AND FPS... since they gave %, obviously they have the FPS numbers... What I would still like is for Techspot to have included them in the original article!