As I don’t like to mess with Windows registry because it can cause stability issues on an OS and software level, I recreated the key with the same value in the registry and DLSS is still showing in the menu.
DLSS setting using BALANCED or QUALITY improve slightly (2 - 3 FPS) but is a little blurry.
Using PERFORMANCE or ULTRA PERFORMANCE is a no-go for me as it is even more blurry.
Hey All, just in case anyone is struggling to find the option for DLSS, I found mine as an option in Options->Graphics->ANTI-ALIASING… just click through the options and it will hopefully show for you.
I was looking for a dedicated “DLSS” option on the menu until I stumbled on it.
Hi there, I have installed SU10 and it did not change the issue with DLSS not showing up in the menu for Antialiasing. I tried a fix someone else suggested of replacing the nvidia nvngx_dlss.dll file from the latest version to and older version and it did not change anything either. I have also tried it with HDR on and off which did not fix this either. Very frustrating.
this keys never exist per default, thus “someone / something” must have created it ( 0 means disabled ) . The TDR* entries has also nothing to do with driver install because the driver not touch these developer setting ( and so DDU change nothing too, in generell a not necessary tool and nobody knows what these brings for issues )