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NVIDIA, does AI change everything? Optimizations via driver, +30% performance

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With NVIDIA’s announcements at CES 2023 finally the introduction of GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and RTX 40 GPUs for laptops, now the Santa Clara giant seems to have returned to the issue of support for graphics cards. In fact, according to a rumor, Hz. NVIDIA will implement various optimizations for AI in the next drivers.

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Twitter account CapFrameX really states that NVIDIA is reportedly working on AI-optimized driverswho’s? release It should be fixed in 2023, and more specifically in the first quarter of the year, that is, at the end of March. Optimizations will come in the form of “simple” drivers game readyso they can be muted during startup.

However, the performance improvements promised by the rumor seem substantial: CapFrameX, in fact, Up to 30% performance increase on new generation graphics cards, 10% on average on all other cards. plus, tweets explains”no information about a specific generation”This means that AI optimizations may not be exclusive to RTX 40-series GPUs, but date back a generation or two.

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Unfortunately CapFrameX, AI optimizations will be available as a standalone feature or whether to “add” to existing RTX technologies. Given that NVIDIA’s DLSS 3 announcement dates back to last September, the technology uses AI heavily and is not yet fully exploited, the new optimizations are likely to relate to next-gen DLSS.

On the other hand, NVIDIA itself made a promise. Major update for DLSS 3 It’s in the first quarter of 2023, so the leak could easily refer to the latter. Whatever the nature of the update, the possibility that it will be announced or discussed at GTC 2023 is concrete: the annual NVIDIA kermesse will actually be held online between March 20 and 23.

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Source: Every Eye

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