Intel details XeSS technology: frame rate easily doubled, more than 20 games will support

time:2022-11-27 03:48:09 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Memory module
Intel details XeSS technology: frame rate easily doubled, more than 20 games will support

IT House August 27 news, in order to counter the super sampling technology of NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR, Intel will launch XeSS technology (Xe Super Sampling) next month. Recently, Ryan Shrout, Intel's GPU business marketing director, published an article introducing XeSS on the Intel ARC official website. According to reports, XeSS is Intel's super-sampling solution designed to make better use of GPUs. Specifically, XeSS will render the game at a lower resolution, then use AI technology to upscale the image to a higher resolution, the effect is similar to or even better than the native rendering, and finally, XeSS will output the high-resolution picture to the screen. Intel pointed out that XeSS has four preset modes for players to choose from, namely Ultra Quality, Quality, Balance, and Performance. According to the results of the UL benchmark, the frame rate of the performance mode is 2.5 times that of the native image quality, and the frame rate of the balanced mode is 2.5 times that of the native image quality. The frame rate is 2.1 times that of the native image quality, the frame rate of the quality mode is 1.8 times that of the native image quality, and the frame rate of the super quality mode is 1.5 times that of the native image quality. At the same time, Intel showed the actual demonstration effect. Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Shadow of the Tomb Raider running at 1440p Max settings with ray tracing enabled simultaneously on two PCs with Arc A770 graphics cards, one with XeSS in Balanced mode and the other without XeSS. The results show that a PC with XeSS turned on in the balanced mode can maintain the game frame rate to 60-80 FPS, while a PC without XeSS is difficult to reach 60 frames, basically maintaining around 40 frames. Intel also announced games that support XeSS, including more than 20 games including "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II", "Shadow of the Tomb Raider", "Eternal Catastrophe", "Hitman 3", and "Death Stranding". IT Home has learned that XeSS technology uses the XMX engine in the Xe GPU to achieve matrix acceleration to maximize rendering efficiency. Compared with traditional TAA, XeSS technology can bring higher frame rates and smoother game images.

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