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AMD Radeon VII supports DirectML, could be used as an alternative to NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) | DSOGaming

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In an interview with 4Gamers, AMD’s Adam Kozak confirmed that the newly announced high-end AMD graphics card, the AMD Radeon VII, will support DirectML. DirectML is a Machine Learning (ML) extension to DirectX and Microsoft and NVIDIA have already showcased it super sampling video-games by using the AI.

As Adam Kozak claimed, the red team is currently experimenting with DirectML and will obtain the evaluation version SDK of DirectML, however Radeon VII already shows excellent results in AMD’s experiments.

Now similarly to DXR, and while Radeon VII could support DirectML, it will be up to the developers to implement this feature in their games. Moreover, we don’t know whether the AMD GPU is offering as a big of a performance boost as the RTX series. Contrary to the RTX series, the…



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