AMD to Introduce Adaptive Resolution Feature “Radeon Boost” in Adrenalin 2020 Edition

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A new technology for maintaining game performance is coming to next year’s release of Adrenalin. Radeon Boost, AMD’s version of HiAlgo’s Boost technology, will enforce frame rates by dynamically changing the resolution based on the content of each frame. Boost will essentially decrease the resolution when it senses demanding camera movements.

Boost intercepts and on the fly modifies commands sent from the game to the graphics card, optimizing performance frame by frame. When you are in action and the camera moves, Boost decreases the resolution to boost the framerate. When camera stops, it restores full resolution. This provides optimal responsiveness and smoothness for the game, even with weak graphics card.


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