Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War runs almost twice as fast at 4K with Nvidia’s DLSS


Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has just got support for Nvidia’s DLSS tech, along with three other games – and there are some big performance boosts an offer.

Black Ops Cold War benefits from a huge advance, with an up to 85% performance increase at 4K resolution thanks to DLSS.

In other words, it’s almost twice as fast, so even with a last-gen graphics card like the RTX 2070 Super, you’re now getting an average of 76 frames per second (fps) according to Nvidia’s internal benchmarking – compared to 39 fps without DLSS. That’s in 4K and DLSS ‘performance mode’ with ray tracing turned on.

(Image credit: Nvidia)

The full results are pretty impressive indeed, as you can see from the above bar chart. By all accounts, those with an RTX 3080 can expect closing on 120 fps in 4K with ray tracing bells and whistles.

Big boosts




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