AMD has released FidelityFX Super Resolution-enabled controls along with the first games, and here we have the first tests. One poncho techpowerup, where you can see the loss of quality and also the gains or declines in framerate between the individual regimes.
Super resolution offers three settings from ultra quality (with 1.3x resolution change) to performance (2x resolution change), where the image quality gradually decreases. However, ultra quality offers about 30% power at most, performance about 100%.
Different games and different cards can be moved up and down. Of the many cards tested, old AMD cards added the best performance.
It is the first FSR incorporation called 1.0, it is also a shader incorporation without buffers, where the function goes through the image in two phases, one finds the edges of objects and dreams are preserved, the second one goes through the sharpening of the text itself. It’s not DLSS, but at least it’s not. Let’s see how it develops further.
Digital Foundry has also added its video, which shows the word framerate, but also the wording of the quality:
Source: Sector.sk by www.sector.sk.
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