It is reported that NVIDIA will add AI improvements into its next graphics drivers that will be released this year to increase GPU performance. Artificial intelligence, or AI, has become the watchword for technical improvements, particularly in the discovery of new scientific discoveries, pharmaceuticals, software, and PC components. It should come as no surprise that PC components, specifically NVIDIA’s Game Ready Drivers, might pave the way for greater involvement in graphics. Moreover, it is important to note that the information in this article is purely speculative and that NVIDIA has not validated any of the assertions made in this article.
Numerous next-generation games, including some older ones (Quake RTX and Portal RTX), have benefited from the improved performance and quality provided by the NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers library, demonstrating that NVIDIA is following through on the promises it made regarding its AI strategy last year. In this regard, AI might assist with performance and other relevant instructions and duties, enabling games to operate more smoothly with less graphical disturbance, offloading some or all of the processing burden from the CPU, and processing the information better or more efficiently.
CapFrameX announced on Twitter that the NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers would be optimized with artificial intelligence improvements this year, which might be sooner than expected. It should be noted that the Twitter leaker presented this as a rumor and that it should be seen as a future possibility. It remains to be seen if these improvements will be provided via a separate suite or integrated into existing RTX technologies like DLSS, which rely largely on AI Tensor cores. NVIDIA has promised to incorporate a variety of enhancements and release a significant upgrade to DLSS by the end of this quarter.
AMD is also planning to include AI into its future FSR 3 technology, while its new Ryzen 7040 ‘Phoenix’ APUs employ Xilinx-based AI technology for quicker ML and DNN capabilities. This new driver improvement would leverage the AMD Radeon Super Resolution, which enhances particular latency improvements and upscaling over the entire system, as opposed to just one computer part. With the introduction of its tensor core architecture, NVIDIA has been at the forefront of AI innovation, and these cores are expected to play a significant role if the rumor is accurate. Since this is very speculative, it is uncertain how any of this would function or what technology would be required.
[Rumor] Nvidia is working on AI optimized drivers. Release maybe this year (Q1).
▶️ Up to 30% more performance
▶️ Average improvement ~10%
▶️ No info about specific gen
Take this with a grain of salt. If true Nvidia drivers will be real "fine wine". pic.twitter.com/QGTUL9iK7N
— CapFrameX (@CapFrameX) January 8, 2023