Shadow of the Tomb Raider RTX Performance Review - Ray Tracing and DLSS Analysed

1440p Performance - Benchmark Results

Shadow of the Tomb Raider RTX Performance Review - Ray Tracing and DLSS Analysed

1440p Performance - Benchmark Results

At 1440p, the merits of DLSS really come into their own. All of the screenshots on page 2 were taken at this resolution. Here, the performance gain is more than worth the graphical changes, which as we have discussed can be both positive and negative on image quality, even when comparing a single screenshot. 

With the RTX 2080 Ti with Ray Tracing turned to High/Ultra, a 1440p resolution with a mostly 60+ FPS framerate is possible, which is a great showing for the graphics card. For the RTX 2060, DLSS can get Shadow of the Tomb Raider to average over 60FPS when using the game's Highest preset, which is great news for fans of 60FPS gameplay.  
  

Shadow of the Tomb Raider RTX Performance Review - Ray Tracing and DLSS Analysed  

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21-03-2019, 15:54:12

ET3D
So this is Ray Traced Shadow of the Tomb Raider?Quote

21-03-2019, 16:08:43

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by ET3D View Post
So this is Ray Traced Shadow of the Tomb Raider?
ISeeWhatYouDidThereQuote

21-03-2019, 16:12:57

AlienALX
I can confirm, Lara's bottom looks just as good with DLSS on

Thanks for this dude. I love that slider thing, it's sweet !Quote

21-03-2019, 16:28:14

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I can confirm, Lara's bottom looks just as good with DLSS on

Thanks for this dude. I love that slider thing, it's sweet !
Whenever I was putting the screenshots together I was wondering who would make a comment about Lara's bottom first.

Yeah, needed proper proof of how DLSS looks in this. You know what the internet is like. Most people will assume it is the same as in Metro Exodus ETC ETCQuote

21-03-2019, 16:32:46

NeverBackDown
DLSS looks pretty good. Not blurry!!

Ray tracing on the other hand imo makes it look either the same or worse. Not much improved and certainly not enough for the performance hit.Quote
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