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Nvidia launches DLAA with Elder Scrolls Online

Nvidia launches DLAA with Elder Scrolls Online

DLAA? Another new marketing concept from the brains of Nvidia? Not really, DLAA will probably allow owners of a big RTX to enjoy their investment.

Better than DLSS for big cards?

Nvidia’s Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing (or DLAA) will make its debut on Elder Scrolls Online. The latter will obviously receive the DLSS support you all know by now, but the big RTXs will be able to enjoy themselves a little more… And above all, feast their owners’ eyes.


Indeed, DLAA has all the advantages of DLSS but it doesn’t need the scaling part to maintain its performance. That’s why this technology will allow the big RTXs to benefit from a significant jump in quality. Indeed, if the game is already running on your PC at a high frame rate, DLAA will considerably increase the quality of the rendering. Rich Lambert (Creative Director at Zenimax) said: While we were working on adding NVIDIA DLSS, we also worked with them ( Nvidia ) on a new technology and we are going to be the first game to incorporate it. This is the launch of their new technology, called NVIDIA DLAA. It’s the same kind of concept, you don’t get a performance improvement, but what you do get is absolutely incredible anti-aliasing. It’s amazing, it’s crazy how good it is. The DLAA is similar to an announcement made some time ago by Nvidia, the DLSS 2X. Nvidia announced at the Turing launch that with this DLSS 2X, the DLSS input would be rendered to the final target resolution, then combined by a larger DLSS network to produce an output image that approaches the level of 64x super sample rendering – a result that would be impossible to achieve in real time by any traditional means.


Nvidia DLAA

DLAA evoked with Turing

As we’ve seen in most of our tests, DLSS can match or even exceed native resolutions. On top of that, it introduces new details through its deep learning techniques. So, theoretically, DLAA should provide much better and more accurate Anti Aliasing than TAA or the most common AA methods.

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