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Intel XeSS 4K Upscaling Demo


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This is a demo of XeSS prepared by Rens using Unreal Engine. 

 

XeSS is an easy to integrate API that uses deep learning to synthesize images that are very close to the quality of native high-res rendering by reconstructing subpixel details from neighboring pixels, as well as motion-compensated previous frames. This reconstruction is performed by a neural network trained to deliver high performance and great quality.

 

 

It will be really interesting to see how this does against DLSS. Given that this is will be the newest architecture to have AI upscaling hardware, Intel may benefit a lot from seeing what the other players have done and building on that so I wouldn't be too surprised if this was superior to DLSS when it launches. Supposedly this will work on Nvidia and AMD hardware as well. 

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The demo does look nice, but like with everything, fairly meaningless until we can get some benches. That being said I would be interested how this would compare to the more matured DLSS. Hopefully this can be a direct competitor that can keep both companies chugging forward. 

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