AMD Improves PC Gaming Performance With FSR 2.0, Release Window Also Revealed [VIDEO]

TECH NEWS – AMD’s technology, which will support thousands of games, promises a seamless experience with high-quality graphics.



AMD is continuing to work hard to improve the gaming experience for users, so it’s no surprise that it has taken another step forward in processors with the introduction of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. However, the company is not idle on the software front either, with the launch of a new version of AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution.

FSR 2.0 technology is designed to improve further the look and feel of games with increased performance. In doing so, the company aims to increase the FPS speed of digital adventures without sacrificing graphics quality, so you can expect a combination that enhances both the smoothness and sharpness of the overall experience.

FSR 2.0 improves image quality by utilising frames from earlier frames.

In addition to AMD, FSR 2.0 will support a wide range of graphics cards, so you can still benefit from FSR 2.0 even if you don’t use all of the company’s components in your system. In addition, this version will improve image quality by using frames from earlier frames, so you can rely on the scenes immediately before to create a high-quality panorama without constantly having to resort to heavy workloads.

This technology will be available in Q2 2022, so there are only a few weeks left to enjoy an excellent performance with the company’s software. In addition, the company has also announced new drivers for its graphics cards that include Radeon Super Resolution, which uses a spatial scaling feature to get near-native resolution. In addition, the image quality will also be improved thanks to a new version of Radeon Image Sharpening, which improves the sharpness of various applications by performing post-processing tasks.

It’s already clear to us that the company wants to take action, as the latest initiatives leave bright prospects for gaming enthusiasts. However, the company cannot avoid one of the most critical problems of recent months: a shortage of components. AMD estimates that this situation will last until 2023, although Nvidia has a more positive outlook.


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