One of the solutions that gamers with new generation graphics cards from Nvidia and AMD often use is the so-called super sampling and image scaling, that is, DLSS and FidelityFX Super Resolution. Thanks to them, the games look practically the same in the original resolution, although they run with more fluidity.
Intel is also preparing a similar solution – this is XeSS technology, which will debut with the first graphics systems of the Arc family. Through which the Santa Clara group wants to reduce 4K picture display time halvedWhich of course will lead to a significant increase in the number of frames per second.
The technology used by Intel is the use of neural networks and transmissions, and the XMX units that will be equipped with the new GPUs will be responsible for the proper operation of the technology.
Intel’s ambition is to deliver 4K picture quality virtually unnoticeable from original content. what is important, We will also be able to use XeSS capabilities on graphics cards from AMD and NvidiaThe SDKs will be available to game developers next month. This should mean that on the day of the Intel Arc graphics chipset premiere, XeSS support will be offered by a solid lineup of titles.
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