I'm wondering why a few months ago (I think) I was able to use the Dynamic Super Resolution option of my GT 220 GPU. Then I replaced my GT 730. Today it seems that something went wrong or the GT 220 doesn't support DSR any more.

I want to know what it requires to support DSR, or whether there is any way to improve game resolutions similar to how DSR works.

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because graphics cards are not considered gaming-specific hardware.
    – Frank
    Sep 2 '19 at 12:52
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    Also, here's a meta post that states graphics card questions are on topic with 22 votes on the "yes" answer.
    – Unfair-Ban
    Sep 2 '19 at 20:00
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    But, arguing in the opposite direction: how many non-gaming purposes does DSR have? In that sense, this question is about game-specific hardware (or the game-specificity of a function of hardware directly targeted in the question). Still, it is not the most helpful question to begin with.
    – Joachim
    Sep 3 '19 at 7:42
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    This is much, much, much better suited for superuser.com
    – MonkeyZeus
    Sep 3 '19 at 19:38
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    I find it hard to separate graphics cards from their gaming-specific functionality. Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) is a gaming-specific feature. Not sure how that is off-topic. Oct 3 '19 at 3:39

The nVidia Geforce GT 220 GPU does not support Dynamic Super Resolution technology.

The official nVidia page doesn't mention anything about it, which usually is a clear sign, and a page listing all cards that support DSR doesn't list the GT 220 GPU.

There is no way to get the card to support it. Your only option is to switch to one that does support it.

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