AMD is working on a competitor to Nvidia’s Image Scaling

AMD’s technology is called Radeon Super Resolution. Its operating principle is the same as in the previously released FidelityFX Super Resolution, but it does not require separate support from the game.

According to a recent rumor, AMD is working and soon too launching a competing alternative to Nvidia’s Image Scaling technology. According to VideoCardz, the work is already nearing completion and users will be able to take advantage of it as early as January.

Radeon’s Super Resolution technology is similar in operation to FidelityFX Super Resolution. The biggest difference, however, is that RSR does not require support from the game but is implemented at the driver level. Thus, the technology supports virtually all games, as long as it can be run in full-screen mode.

According to information received by Videocardz, the new technology will be supported at least by graphics cards based on RDNA and RDNA2 architecture, ie from the Radeon RX 5000 series onwards. Whether support extends to older graphics cards remains a mystery.

Radeon’s Super Resolution technology may already be heard at CES 2022.

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