TechPowerUp now hosts Nvidia’s DLSS client library For anyone to download and put directly into their DLSS Games supported by 2.0 (or higher). This will enable you to use the latest version of DLSS in your game without waiting for the developer to do this.
TechPowerUp provides every DLSS version from the original 1.0.0 to 2.2.10 for download. It is unclear where these files were formed, but TPU claims that it has “manually verified” these files to reduce the risk of malware.
In games that support DLSS, the DLSS file can be found in the game directory named “nvngx_dlss.dll”.All you need to do is download the latest version DLSS client library from TechPowerUp, Then replace the current DLSS .dll file with the new file.
Both the old and newly downloaded DLSS .dll files will have exactly the same name, so make sure not to confuse them. A simple way to distinguish between the two is the size of the file. With the updated version of DLSS, the file size will be larger.
Please note that if you use the launcher to play the game, when you update the game or repair the game, the launcher will most likely delete the new DLSS file and replace it with the original file that came with the game. Therefore, every time your game is updated, you must reinstall the latest DLSS .dll file again.
So far, I have installed the latest 2.2.10 DLSS version in three games that support DLSS 2.0, Ghost Walker, control, with Call of Duty: Black Ops-Cold War. All three games run the updated DLSS version perfectly without any problems.
However, the DLSS 1.0 title is like Shadow of the techyb Raider with Battlefield 5 Unfortunately, this feature is not supported. If you try to install DLSS 2.0 (or higher) .dll files in these games, DLSS will be disabled.
It’s great to see a simple DLSS update to support the title of DLSS 2.0. Every DLSS update will bring better optimization and image enhancement, and will continue to update.