AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution Reportedly Launching in June to Compete against NVIDIA DLSS

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AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), red team’s answer to NVIDIA’s deep learning super sampling (DLSS) upscaling technology, is reportedly launching next month. This is according to a new video shared by hardware leaker and YouTuber Coreteks, who claims that the technology will be unveiled in June and is already in the hands of select developers. AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution is also said to leverage algorithmic super sampling that upscales with minimal overhead and requires minimal intervention from developers.

It uses an algorithm that does not require proprietary hardware to run. It’s a software solution that can take advantage of the massive parallelism that compute units afford. […] AMD’s implementation might actually be compatible with NVIDIA GPUs, so you NVIDIA GTX owners will be happy to hear that you will be able to use a DLSS-like upscaler without having to upgrade to an RTX GPU—whenever those become available.

Source: Coreteks

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