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NVIDIA DLSS on Linux is a straightforward magic that brings you closer to Windows than ever before

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If you’re a PC gamer, you’re probably using Windows 10 and you probably own or are looking to own one of Nvidia’s best graphics cards. However, Windows is not the only platform on which you can play games. No, I’m not talking about the Mac.

The popularity of PC games on Linux is growing, and one of the biggest driving forces behind it is Valve. Steam not only offers a wide selection of native Linux games, but also Proton, which allows you to play a large array of Windows-only games on Linux.

In the case of Proton, Valve has worked with Nvidia to bring DLSS magic to Linux gamers, the first of which is now out there. Initially there are only a few games, but now we need a beta driver. But it works. Whoboy it works.

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NVIDIA DLSS on Linux is a straightforward magic that brings you closer to Windows than ever before

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