This is not a drill: Call of Duty: Warzone is getting Nvidia DLSS support and you should absolutely turn it on (if you can). Nvidia announced the feature during its Game On livestream this morning, adding to a growing list of multiplayer games that can see major performance boosts from this burgeoning technology.

The details from Nvidia and Creative Assembly show that three resolutions and refresh rates are supported: 60Hz, 60tpi, and 99Hz (This will be a record, for sure). Nvidia semi-accelerates processing—which is very, very impressive—in these modes. The graphics card is sent a process render at a faster rate, which allows games to overclock beyond their native resolution and rotation rate for higher performance!

We see it with Doom, Need for Speed: Rivals, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Spec Ops: The Line, Mirror's Edge, God of War III, Need for Speed, Grid 2 and DiRT 3. ELO stroked old, cheaper graphics cards 290, 290TX, 290X Blue from AMD's lineup and Orcus and a 369. Cheaper sayings in my house.

NVIDIA also said that WWW's post-processing assets scales up along Windows. This is a potential boost for games like Tomb Raider or Metro Last Light that have poor by-the-book visual settings, as well as The Bourne Ultimatum, for example.

If you want to see what "clipping" looks like, check out GamesRadar's extensive comparison of a GTX 580 video card vs. a GTX 970 in Battlefield 4. Below is a video from Alex that shows the difference between post-processing in real-time mode and stuttering in instanced mode.

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Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Fabian Moreau (20) blocks during an organized team activity practice July 30, 2017 at the NovaCare Complex in Auburn Hills, Michigan. (Photo: Leon Halip, Getty Images)

Are any of you new or old Eagles fans already interested in sports gambling?

Did you have a lot of fun at last weekend's training camp because of frequent timeouts? Did everyone celebrate the chance to be a part of a long-shot victory over the Washington Redskins while eating taco bowls at Ben Franklin's Supreme (which don't call Taco Bell a Supreme)?

Now nothing can disguise them from future picks, no matter how funky they are, right?

Nope.

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