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NVIDIA launches its drivers with RTX Video Super Resolution technology

Better late than never, and today NVIDIA has released its new graphics drivers GeForce Game 531.18 WHQLthese add support to Atomic Heartand finally add the rescaling technology RTX Video Super Resolution. Additionally, support is added to another new release, The Finals Closed Beta. This support is also linked to the fact that you can run NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology in both games. When activated in Atomic Heartthe RTX 4090 will increase its performance 90%forehead at 80% that the RTX 4080 benefits and 62% FPS boost on the RTX 4070 Ti.

Additionally, we have problem solving. For example Force Horizon 4 It will freeze after playing between 15 and 30 minutes in its Steam version. Fixed stability issues in the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. The Resizable Bar technology can now be activated in the remake of dead space. The problem with the files is solved ProRes RAW in Adobe After Effects / Media Encoder, and we ended up fixing the instability that the adobe premiere pro.

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You can download the drivers GeForce Game 531.18 WHQL from the official NVIDIA website.

Known issues yet to be resolved

  • Turning HDR on and off in-game causes stability issues when using a non-native resolution. [3624030]
  • The monitor may flicker briefly when waking up from screen sleep if DSR/DLDSR is enabled. [3592260]
  • [Halo Wars 2] The foliage in the game is larger than normal and shows constant flickering [3888343]
  • [GeForce RTX 4090] Watch Dogs 2 may flicker when looking at the sky [3858016]
  • Increased CPD latency observed in Latencymon [3952556]

NVIDIA finally launches the drivers to activate RTX Video Super Resolution technology

RTX Video Super Resolution comparative 1080p vs 4K upscaled

“In this example, we are upscaling a real 1080p video to 4K with VSR Upscaling on the right, and basic bilinear upscaling on the left, and zooming 2x to highlight the differences,” NVIDIA says on its official blog.

Announced in January, the RTX Video Super Resolution technology was being highly anticipated by users. The reason for this is that will allow you to rescale any video that you find on the Internet. This will essentially allow you gain visual quality. Specifically, any video can be rescaled with a resolution of at least 360p up to 1440p. The purpose of rescaling is to make this video reach a 4K resolution promising to offer a great improvement in sharpness.

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RTX Video Super Resolution (VSR) test

In this way, this update has reached the limit. NVIDIA indicated that it would arrive in February, and it has, since today is the last day of February. Thus, remember to have the new drivers to enable RTX Video Super Resolution. Also, the latest version of either Chrome or Edge browsers.

“Available today with the new Game Ready driver, RTX Video Super Resolution uses AI and RTX Tensor Cores to improve the quality of video viewed in a Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser by removing block compression artifacts and increasing resolution. This improves the sharpness and clarity of the video, and allows you to watch online content – whether from Twitch, YouTube, Netflix or Hulu – in its native resolution on high-resolution displays up to 4K.”

How to activate RTX Video Super Resolution technology

how to activate RTX Video Super Resolution

Let’s go to NVIDIA Control Panel (double click the NVIDIA icon on the right side of the Windows bar). Once inside, let’s go to the last option that appears on the menu: “Adjust video image settings“. There we select “RTX Video Enhancement” and apply. With this, we already have the Super Resolution activated.


“Users can specify quality levels between 1 (the lowest) and 4 (the tallest). Higher quality levels will result in sharper images and better artifact reduction. The highest quality levels require additional GPU resourcesso if users need more power to run creative applications or games while playing video, the quality level can be adjusted.

All RTX 30 and 40 Series GPUs they are able to scale comfortably using quality level 1, and those in the 3070/4070 class or higher are capable of playing most content at quality level 4″.

Now the million dollar question is: Do you notice any difference?

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