Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 19 Feb 2019.
'Suboptimal' is one word you could use I guess.
Pug fugly is a couple I would choose.
Makes sense; when DLSS was announced it was for 2560x1440 and UHD only, and with a pixel-tuned NN it was never going to work well for anything else (for a NN trained to produce HF detail, it's going to predominantly be affected by pixel-level data rather than screen-level). I'm more surprised it worked at all at other resolutions, it would have made sense to just have the drivers peek the current display resolution and refuse to turn DLSS on at all for resolutions it is not trained on.
sub·op·ti·mal | \ ˌsəb-ˈäp-tə-məl,
being below an optimal level or standard.
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