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Old 07-05-21, 12:54 PM
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AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution feature will reportedly launch next month

AMD's FSR feature is already in the hands of multiple developers.



Read more about AMD's FidelityFX Super Sampling technology.

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It's nice because old cards that many of us are still rocking due to the silicon shortage could see a performance jump in games that support the tech.
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It's nice because old cards that many of us are still rocking due to the silicon shortage could see a performance jump in games that support the tech.
you think this wont just be locked to the new cards
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you think this wont just be locked to the new cards
It's unlikely, no other FidelityFX feature is locked down in any way and there's no technical or business reason for AMD to not let the feature work on RX5000, RX6000, RTX2000, and RTX3000 cards.
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