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AMD: Is the FidelityFX Super Resolution a serious competitor to DLSS?

AMD: Is the FidelityFX Super Resolution a serious competitor to DLSS?

Nvidia hit hard with her DLSS, we repeated it several times. Nvidia has there a real asset allowing it to drastically increase the performances while limiting the graphic impact. But AMD would be far from being dropped a priori…

Up to 2 times more performance for AMD cards?

A big information has just been released by the youtuber RedGamingTech, author of previous leaks on AMD graphics cards, especially on the Radeon VII or on the RDNA1 and RDNA2 ranges. He claims that according to his sources, the FidelityFX Super Resolution (the response to Nvidia’s DLSS, which would arrive in May ) would currently be in Alphaat several developers with nice gains in perspective.

AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution

According to its sources, the first tests of this technology would show up to 100% performance gain depending on the titles, enough to rival Nvidia’s DLSS (which could also be updated in its turn to meet AMD’s needs? ). In addition, there would be very good news (which remains to be confirmed during the presentation of this technology). FidelityFX would be compatible not only with RDNA2, but also with RDNA1, which would give a boost to older AMD cards. Unfortunately, the black point, as with DLSS, is that FidelityFX Super Resolution would require to be implemented directly into the game engine. Deployment would therefore be dependent on game developers. In short, we are eager to see how AMD will manage at the marketing level to implement and promote its technology against Nvidia‘s.

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