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MxBenchmarkPC has shared a video that demonstrates what NVIDIA’s new DLAA (Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing) technology looks like compared to traditional anti-aliasing methods such as TAA and its other fancy technology with a similar name, DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling). Unlike DLSS, DLAA works off of a native resolution image in order to help maximize image quality. The results of its AI magic can be seen below, but most people seem unimpressed, saying that there’s little difference.

Elder Scrolls Online players can check out NVIDIA DLAA now via the MMORPG’s online test servers. From NVIDIA:

Many gamers want higher frame rates. But others have plenty of FPS and instead want to maximize image quality. NVIDIA DLAA (Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing) is a new AI-based anti-aliasing mode for users who have spare GPU headroom and want higher levels of image quality. DLAA uses the same technology developed for DLSS, but works on a native resolution image to maximize image quality instead of boosting performance. The first implementation is available today on the Elder Scrolls Online test servers.

“NVIDIA DLAA really improves our game by delivering the best anti-aliasing results in Elder Scrolls Online that we have seen to date,” said Rich Lambert, Creative Director at ZeniMax Online Studios.

Source: MxBenchmarkPC

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  1. Highly compressed youtube videos aren’t really gonna help anyone see differences.

    Also it doesn’t look like AF is on

  2. It was very hard for me to notice a difference until around 1:44 and the stairs come into frame and you notice the flickering on TAA.

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