This Tuesday (01), AMD announced during Computex 2021 its response to Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning SuperSampling) technology: the FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). Graphics enhancement technology will be released on June 22nd.
The novelty promises twice the performance speed of native 4K, four quality settings and support for more than 100 GPUs and CPUs. In addition to these details, the company said it will be open source and that, in 2021, 10 studios and engines will be compatible with the technology.
AMD presented novelty tests with Godfall running on a Radeon RX 6800 XT with high graphics settings and ray tracing enabled, the performance mode ran at 150 FPS – a big increase over the native rendering result at 49 FPS. The balanced, quality and ultra quality modes generated results of 124 FPS, 99 FPS and 78 FPS, respectively.
The FSR is powered by artificial intelligence, unlike competitor NVIDIA’s DLSS, released in 2018, which uses neural networks to reconstruct high-quality images from lower resolutions in real time.
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