Anodia enables the use of Dynamic Super Resolution capability in its latest official driver for Fermi and Kepler
A few weeks ago, Graphic Core maker Envidia launched a new pair of video cards in the Jeeps 900 series - GTX 980 and GTX 970 Which are designed for the upper market segment, based on a new architecture called Maxwell. This architecture shows Performence Higher than ever, while keeping power consumption down by tens of percent of its previous video card series.
At the same time, the company introduced a new feature called Dynamic Super Resolution or DSR. This feature allows the video card to process any image and image at a higher resolution than your screen can provide, and then reduce the image according to the screen's natural resolution. As part of the resolution reduction process, pixels are combined to create a higher quality final image with less jagged edges (an effect similar to Antialiasing).
The problem is that this "trick" has so far been available only to its new Jeppes 900 video card owners, and has been blocked by video card owners associated with previous video card generations. Now, A driver was released in the 344.48 version Which also allows the use of DSR for owners graphic cards Including Fermi or Kepler cores - those found in Jeeps cards in 400 to 700 series.
This feature also contributes to the capabilities of all video cards in these series. With graphic cards The stronger can now squeeze more juice from the card to display an even higher quality image, and because DSR consumes less resources than Antialiasing, those who do a little more effortlessly can display a smoother image without the use of Antialiasing.