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AMD FSR 3 and HYPR-RX: Boosting Gaming Performance for Gamers

AMD FSR 3 and HYPR-RX are two upcoming technologies that are generating a lot of excitement among gamers. These technologies promise to improve gaming performance not only for Radeon GPU owners but also for NVIDIA and Intel GPU owners.

Let's start by discussing AMD FSR 3. This technology is part of the FidelityFX Super Resolution ecosystem and has been in development for some time now. It combines FSR technology with Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) to deliver a significant boost in gaming performance. The AFMF technology combines Frame Interpolation and Frame Generation to achieve performance gains of over 2x in some cases. This is similar to NVIDIA's DLSS 3 technology.

AMD FSR 3 offers different modes, including a Native Anti-Aliasing Quality mode that enhances image quality and sharpening at the native resolution. Other modes include Quality, Balanced, and Performance, each offering a balance of image quality and performance.

In terms of improvements, FSR 3 introduces UI processing as an integral part of the algorithm, ensuring artifact-free UI within games. The code for FSR 3 is written in HLSL, making it faster to generate a 4K frame. It also includes Radeon Anti-Lag+ to reduce latency and improve responsiveness. FSR 3 is compatible with the upcoming AMD Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs, as well as previous AMD GPUs that support Anti-Lag technology.

FSR 3 will be supported by several AAA titles, including Forspoken and Immortals of Aveum. AMD is also collaborating with various studios and game engines, such as Unreal Engine 5, to ensure wider adoption of FSR 3.

In terms of hardware support, FSR 3 works with Radeon RX 500 GPUs and above, as well as NVIDIA's RTX 10 GPUs and above. The Frame Generation feature requires Radeon RX 5000 GPUs and above, as well as NVIDIA's RTX 30 GPUs and above. AMD emphasizes that FSR 3 does not require ML hardware, making it accessible to a wider range of hardware configurations.

Overall, AMD FSR 3 and HYPR-RX are set to offer gamers a significant boost in gaming performance. With improvements in image quality, responsiveness, and wider hardware support, these technologies are expected to be highly sought after by gamers across multiple platforms.

Sources: AMD