MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus 6G OC – Battlefield V and Metro Exodus Ray Tracing and DLSS Benchmarks
Battlefield V has its DLSS feature recently rolled out; and we also have the new Metro Exodus game that features both RTX global illumination and DLSS. Both games are currently the only games that can fully utilize the RTX 20 series real-time ray tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling features. In the graphs below, I have included 1080p, 1400p and 2160p performance results; including RTX / DLSS turned off, RTX only turned on, RTX and DLSS both turned on. Check out the results I got.
It looks like turning on DLSS can greatly help the frame rate when real time ray tracing is enabled. The implementation of RTX and DLSS on Battlefield V was somewhat good. Note that I didn’t include 2160p benchmark results for the Battlefield V as playing it on 4K UHD with RTX enabled is already very taxing to the graphics card.
But turning on DLSS on Metro Exodus resulted in a noticeably blurry image quality. I would rather play Metro Exodus without DLSS turned on as it completely ruins the game for me. This means, I’ll have to settle with DX11 or DX12 without both RTX and DLSS; or use a much faster card and enable RTX only. I hope the game developers would fix this issue.
Finally let’s proceed to the next page and conclude this review.