AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 2.0 Reportedly Coming Soon, “Better Than Native”

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AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) hasn’t exactly been thrilling for gamers who were expecting an upscaling solution that could beat (or even measure up to) NVIDIA DLSS, but the latest rumors suggest that something new from red team could be right around the corner. According to CapFrameX, AMD will be announcing FSR 2.0 soon, an updated version of the technology that is reportedly “very impressive” thanks to a handful of improvements that include temporal upscaling and the lack of need for AI acceleration, enabling a more comprehensive level of GPU support. AMD has also supposedly claimed that FSR 2.0 can create an image that’s superior to native resolution.

An event listed on the session viewer for this year’s GDC event seems to confirm that AMD is definitely readying up a demonstration for the next iteration of FSR.

Next-Generation Image Upscaling for Games (Presented by AMD) (GDC)

  • Thomas Arcila (Software Engineer, AMD)
  • Colin Riley (Senior Developer Technology Engineer, AMD)
  • Location: Room 2020, West Hall
  • Date: Wednesday, March 23
  • Time: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
  • Pass Type: All Access Pass, Core Pass, Summits Pass, Expo Plus Pass, Audio Pass, Independent Games Summit Pass, All Access Online Only Pass – Get your pass now!
  • Topic: Programming
  • Format: Sponsored Session
  • Viewing Experience: In-Person/Virtual
  • Vault Recording: Not Recorded

In this session AMD will present some of the results of their research in the domain of next-generation image upscaling technology, and how such technology can be applied to games to improve the gaming experience.

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Tsing Mui
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