Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 currently takes the honours of the best graphics card you can buy, partly thanks to its superb deep learning super sampling (DLSS) tech helping boost fps in games – a feature we haven’t seen on AMD GPUs yet. However, the red team has a big chance of taking the crown from Nvidia, with its rival FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) feature possibly arriving in just a month’s time.
While previous rumours set FSR for a March 2021 release that never surfaced, a new video from Coreteks claims AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution is set to launch in June. It also reports that many game developers already have their hands on the tech, ready for imminent implementation into the latest PC games.
The Youtuber also claims that FidelityFX will be software-based unlike Nvidia’s hardware-level DLSS, which could allow the tech to work on both AMD, Nvidia, and potentially Intel GPUs when the Xe DG2 finally comes to market. We don’t yet know what the system requirements will be, however, meaning it’s anyone’s guess as to whether it’ll work on older GPUs.
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