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You shouldn't read manufacturer PR like gospel or whatever.DLSS3 uses hardware fourth generation tensor cores and Optical Flow Accelerator that do not exist on 3xxx series, it's not just software
Optical Flow Accelerator has been present since Turing (even if the latest in Ada is more powerful and/or advanced).
Only thing 4th gen Tensors add is support for even lower FP precision which definitely isn't required for any version of DLSS.
There should be nothing preventing DLSS3 from running on Turing & Ampere other than NVIDIA deciding they shouldn't, it would just be slower.