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NVIDIA’s deep learning super sampling upscaling technology has arrived to enhance the performance of Ubisoft’s popular tactical shooter, Rainbow Six Siege. According to first-party benchmarks shared by NVIDIA, Rainbow Six Siege players can expect a performance boost of “up to 50 percent at 4K, enabling all GeForce RTX GPUs to game at 100+ FPS at 4K with every setting maxed out.” GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3080 owners, in particular, can expect average frame rates of up to 281 and 258 FPS, respectively, with NVIDIA DLSS Performance Mode enabled in 4K at max settings.

[…] In March, we reduced system latency in Rainbow Six Siege with NVIDIA Reflex, and now we’re accelerating performance by up to 50% at 4K, enabling all GeForce RTX GPUs to game at 100+ FPS at 4K with the launch of NVIDIA DLSS. Available as part of the new North Star update, Rainbow Six Siege players with GeForce RTX graphics cards and laptops can enable DLSS with just a few clicks in Options –> Graphics, instantly enhancing their experience.

Source: NVIDIA

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