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Nvidia would like to increase image quality

Nvidia would like to increase image quality

In the past, there were repeated reports about the poor image quality in 2D applications from Nvidia graphics cards. David Kirk, chief developer at Nvidia, commented on this point in an interview with colleagues from TecChannel.

David Kirk does not want to deny this point of criticism of the Nvidia graphics cards, but explains how he intends to fix this error. This shortcoming is particularly noticeable at high resolutions and high frame rates. David Kirk primarily blames the card manufacturers, who often replace some of the official Nvidia components on their cards with cheaper variants in order to lower the manufacturing and purchase price. This also explains why the image quality is not the same for all cards in a GeForce series and why some manufacturers have particularly poor or good image quality. In order to give customers an indication of the image quality offered, Nvidia is currently working on an 'Nvidia Certified Program' in which they certify manufacturers who adhere to Nvidia's specifications. At the moment, for example, not a single manufacturer is using Nvidia's optimal specifications for capacitors or resistors, says Kirk. But it is precisely these parts that can determine whether the image quality is good or bad. It is not yet known when the 'Nvidia Certified Program' will start and when the first models with the new logo will be launched. But some time should pass.

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