This week AMD announced that its FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) technology will launch on 22 June 2021. This is a big deal for AMD, which means it’s finally catching up to Nvidia, which launched its own take on the technology – DLSS – as far back as September 2018.
For those unfamiliar with DLSS and FSR, these are clever upscaling techniques which reduce the workload of the GPU in order to achieve higher frame rates.
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