We know that AMD is releasing its open-source image quality toolkit FidelityFX on June 22nd to compete with Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling,) the same processor that is reported to enable the rumoured Switch Pro to output 4K resolution visuals on a television when docked.
This would be highly beneficial for gamers using Xbox Series X/S consoles as the inclusion of AMD’s FidelityFX will result in a higher base framerate and resolution.
FidelityFX Super Resolution, which was discussed during AMD’s presentation at Computex 2021, would offer four picture upscaling modes: Ultra Quality, Quality, Balanced, and Performance. Ultra Quality and Quality modes will prioritize visual quality, while Balanced and Performance options will prioritize game frame rate.
The FidelityFX Super Resolution will be supported across a wide range of products. It will be enabled on all Radeon RX 6000, RX 5000, RX 500, RX Vega series graphics cards and on all Ryzen processors with Radeon graphics. Additionally, it will also feature support for all of Nvidia’s GTX 10 series GPUs, which was demonstrated at Computex 21.
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You can request which game you would like to see have support for FidelityFX Super-Resolution by visiting www.amd.com/FSR.
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