Well if it takes 2 years to get to this point then that’s very bad news for AMD. And users who bought RTX 20xx series actually enjoyed something when it came to ray tracing and DLSS. I get it, you want to pick two cards released two years ago to showcase the worst case scenario for a user. Of course, if the user went with Nvidias competitor they would have had a Vega 64 which has no DLSS, higher temps and awful driver support and lower performance.Wow, 14 games two years after Turing‘s launch. Impressive.
Wonder how that compares to the number of games nVidia promised having DLSS support.
According to PC World, it‘s about a third.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 20-series changed the game, but did it change YOUR games? We examine two years of ray tracing and DLSS games on the cusp of the GeForce RTX 3090's reveal.www.pcworld.com
So for someone who got a 2060 or 2070 near launch and now plans on upgrading to Ampere, how much of a benefit was RTX and DLSS support in the end ?
I understand that you are an AMD fan and want to play down the significance of DLSS. But it’s here and it’s going to ruin your year unfortunately mate. It’s getting adopted quite well considering the tech was only announced 2 years ago.