Sometime it can seem like having a graphics card that is not the latest and greatest means you’re left behind when it comes to features. Nvidia has decided to buck this trend by bringing RTX Super Resolution to GeForce RTX20-series GPUs. The tool for video enhancement, which was previously only available on RTX 30 series and newer cards is now available via the 1.5 version of the tool.
If you haven’t heard, Nvidia RTX Super Resolution is a way to enhance 2D video with a bit of AI-enhanced algorithmic processing magic, leveraging the AI tensor cores in RTX GPUs. It’s a way to enhance older, lower-quality video on laptops and displays with newer technology. Think of it as a more advanced version of how a 4K television will upscale 1080p signals. Super Resolution is a tool that can improve web video playback on Chrome, Edge and VLC. It’s included in the Nvidia Control Panel tool.
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RTX Super Resolution isn’t related to any version of DLSS upscaling for games and other 3D content — they’re completely separate technologies. Even so, it’s nice to see Nvidia make good on the promise it…