F1 2019 - Nvidia DLSS VS AMD FidelityFX
Published: 6th August 2019 | Source: OC3D Internal Testing | Price: |
4K Performance - Benchmark Results
Update - Codemasters has confirmed to us that Patch 1.07 for F1 2019 shipped with an incomplete integration of Nvidia's DLSS technology, which explains the graphical issues which we have experienced within the game.
F1 2019's DLSS support was released prematurely, and Codemasters has confirmed that a corrected implementation of the feature will be added to the game in an upcoming patch. We plan to look into F1 2019's updated DLSS support when it is officially added to the game.
Our original Analysis follows.
Like 1440p, we can see that our RT 2080 Ti Founders Edition is CPU limited at 4K, but only when FidelityFX Upscaling and DLSS is utilised. Even so, the GPU can easily maintain 60+ FPS framerates at 4K.
Unlike our 1440p results, our RTX 2060 presented a larger performance uplift using FidelityFX upscaling than it did with DLSS. Even so, both features presented a huge performance uplift when compared to a native 4K presentation.
Like 1440p, all graphics cards saw a minimal performance change when FidelityFX sharpening was enabled. Only the RTX 206 presented notable performance degradations. Perhaps this is due to the RTX 2060's limited 6GB frame buffer, as at 4K F1 2019 can use more than 6Gb of VRAM if it is accessible.