The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 is by far the most affordable option when it comes to the latest generation GPUs rocking the Ada Lovelace architecture that packs more hardware efficiency than the last gen in addition to all the latest RTX technologies.

Redfall NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series 4K Results with DLSS 3

One such thing is the AI-powered DLSS 3 enabling the addition of frames to make games smoother than before.  Taking a page out from the latest FPS title Redfall, the results across the RTX 40 series are drastic improvements with up to 71% more frames on the RTX 4090 while the main highlight for today – the RTX 4070, sees double the number which makes the experience from barely playable to absolute enjoyment.

However, the nature of DLSS 3 will introduce a little bit of extra latency due to frame generation but that’s where NVIDIA Reflex comes in to help tighten up every little bit of input delay for the most responsive action possible.

Catch a quick glimpse of what DLSS 3 is capable of in this short demo.

Aside from Redfall, the upcoming Diablo IV Server Slam public test happening from May 12 to May 14 allows players to grab the limited Beta Wolf Pack Cosmetic and new Mount Trophy for the very last time.

During the test, gamers will be able to utilize DLSS 2 for a degree of frame improvement as an appetizer while waiting for the title’s official release on June 4 which carries DLSS 3 right from the get-go.

Several other games also joined the DLSS family and/or received related updates which includes:

  • Showgunners – Available now with DLSS 2 + Day-0 Driver Optimization
  • Daydream: Forgotten Sorrow – Launch on May 24 with DLSS 2 and Ray Tracing
  • System Shock – Launch on May 30 with DLSS 2
  • Summoner’s War: Chronicles – Added GeForce Experience Optimal Settings
  • KovaaK’s – Added GeForce Experience Optimal Settings

The driver update is currently available for download through GeForce Experience automatically or manually through the official website.


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