Last week, we informed you about a new patch for The Elder Scrolls Online that will add support for DLSS and DLAA. And yesterday, YouTube’s MxBenchmarkPC shared a comparison video between these DLSS, DLAA and TAA.
DLAA stands for Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing. This technique aims to use AI techniques at full resolution in order to provide better anti-aliasing results.
In the following video, we can clearly see the benefits of DLAA at 1080p. However, it’s really difficult (to almost impossible) to notice any differences between TAA and DLAA at both 1440p and 4K.
Now the goods news here is that DLAA does not come with a major performance hit. From what we can see, it’s around 10-15fps slower than 4K at both 1440p and 4K. Again, this is great news for those gaming at low resolutions, like 1080p. However, the best option for those playing at 4K on current-gen games is – currently – DLSS and not DLAA. For older games, though, that can easily hit 60fps in 4K, DLAA will be a great alternative to TAA.