The NVIDIA RTX series of graphics cards was introduced in 2018, and since then, more than 520 games and programs have been released that support ray tracing and DLSS.

In a blog post, the company said that DLSS, an award-winning artificial intelligence-based visualization technology that enhances graphical performance, is already used in more than 380 games.

DLSS 3, introduced in the GeForce RTX 40 series of graphics cards, is already used in more than 60 games. This year, the company also introduced DLSS 3.5, a new ray reconstruction technology that replaces the usual ray tracing with a new AI model that makes gaming graphics even better.

In applications, ray tracing acceleration from dedicated cores significantly speeds up visualization, allowing creators to not only create final renders faster, but also enable interactive ray tracing in the viewport, making it easier and more convenient to iterate and refine new ideas.

The company has also shared a list of all programs and games that support various RTX technologies, which can be found on the official website.