According to a test carried out by the DSO Gaming website, DLSS of Nvidia gives better results than FidelityFX Super Resolution by AMD in Deathloop. With the first major update, Arkane Studios has added official support for Nvidia’s DLSS to its latest game, making it one of the few to support it alongside AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution. It was inevitable that someone would decide to compare the two upscaling technologies, to understand which one works best.
DSO Gaming used a system with an Intel i9 9900K CPU, 16GB of DDR4 memory at 3600 Mhz and an Nvidia. GeForce RTX 3080. The operating system Deathloop was run on is 64-Bit Windows 10 with GeForce 496.13 drivers installed.
Instead of making videos, which for comparisons on fine details would make little sense due to compression, the site opted to capture some static images, which show the differences between the various settings much better than any word.
The result is that Nvidia DLSS performs really well and keeps graphics comparable to those run in native 4K, while AMD’s FRS still produces good results, but with more visible overall image blur. DLSS also excels at speed, earning the game around 10fps on the test system.
According to DSO Gaming Deathloop shows one of the best implementations of Nvidia’s technology seen so far.