AMD is all set to launch the FidelityFX Super Resolution this spring, which will be competing NVIDIA DLSS. Led by the Radon team of AMD, this open-source image quality toolkit will deliver the ultimate visuals to games.
It does so by increasing the frame rate and adjusting the resolution of fast-moving images, thereby increasing performance. This will enhance your gaming experience, also freeing up graphics cards.
What do We Know about FidelityFX Yet?
The NVIDIA RTX 3000-series GPUs are backed by DLSS, which currently gives them an upper hand in the market. The rival, Radeon RX 6000-series GPUs will soon be getting an update from the new FidelityFX Super Resolution.
Apparently, this solution is based on the DirectML technology by Microsoft. Moreover, there is also a possibility that AMD can start working with game developers directly too. Some of the featured games optimized using AMD RDNA and RDNA 2 architectures include World of Warcraft Shadowlands, Fast Cry 6, Dirt 5, Resident Evil 3 and The Riftbreaker.
Not much has been disclosed by the company about this solution yet. However, one thing that we do know is that this could be the new game changer in the market. It is all set to bring out the best image quality in games, bringing out the tiniest details and making the environment look more realistic.
The bigger question is – will it set new records in the market overthrowing all their rivals?