NVIDIA has announced the availability of the new Atomic Heart e The Finals, the free-to-play game from Embark Studios, which will have its beta release on March 7th. Not only that, but the drivers include support for RTX Video Super Resolution (VSR) technology for upscaling streaming video via AI.
Atomic Heart's PC version has been tested in recent days, discovering that it is already compatible with the DLSS 3 and the Frame Generation, which will enhance the Mundfish title's performance, which is already quite advanced.
The combination of these technologies provides a boost of 90% and up to 184 frames per second at 4K with the RTX 4090 and up to 146 frames per second at 4K with the RTX 4080, while with the RTX 4070 Ti at 1440p and DLSS 3, the performance increases by 62% to 160 frames per second.
NVIDIA Reflex is reducing latency by up to 55% in order to improve the gameplay's responsiveness and accuracy, giving users who use it an advantage in the competition.
Finally, there is the AI-powered upscaler RTX Video Super Resolutionan, which sharpens low-resolution streaming video when played in Chrome or Edge browsers on 1440p or 4K displays.
Seven new titles have been added to the GeForce Experience list that support optimizations.
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