3DMark now supports NVIDIA DLSS 3 frame insertion testing

 The PC test tool 3DMark officially announced that in the latest 3DMark 2.25.8042, the DLSS function test has supported NVIDIA DLSS 3 and DLSS frame generation. The 3DMark DLSS feature test allows users to compare performance and image quality with and without DLSS processing. If you're using the new GeForce RTX 40-series graphics cards, you can also compare performance with and without DLSS 3.

Users now have the option to run NVIDIA DLSS functional tests using DLSS 3, DLSS 2, or DLSS 1. DLSS 3 includes DLSS frame generation and users can choose between three image quality modes (Quality, Performance, and Ultra High Performance) designed for different resolutions, from Full HD to 8K.

DLSS frame generation uses AI to increase frame rates by generating additional high-quality frames while optimizing responsiveness with NVIDIA Reflex. DLSS frame generation requires the use of the new optical flow accelerators in GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs and NVIDIA Tensor Cores.

3DMark's DLSS feature test is based on the 3DMark Port Royal ray tracing benchmark. The test was run in two runs, the first to test Port Royal's performance with DLSS disabled, and the second to test Port Royal at a lower resolution, then use DLSS processing to create frames at the output resolution. The results screen reports the frame rate for each run.

The DLSS 3 update is a free update for users who purchased 3DMark after January 8, 2019, and users need an NVIDIA RTX 40 series graphics card and drivers that support DLSS 3 to run the DLSS functional tests.

3DMark 2.25.8042 also includes several bug fixes, including:

  • Fixed an issue that could cause tests using the GPU selector to fail with a "Mandatory JSON value int64 member'dxgi_adapter_luid'has invalid type" error.
  • Speed ​​Way now properly prevents Windows from turning off the screen on systems with a very short "screen off after idle" time.
  • Fixed an issue in Night Raid that could cause systems with multiple different GPUs to crash.

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