\"AMD has achieved the unthinkable\" - the first review of FSR 2.0 scaling technology


AMD had time on Tuesday to introduce new graphics cards, talk about performance gains in new drivers and games with FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) version 2.0, a new proprietary scaling technology that, unlike the original FSR implementation, is built on the principles of temporal scaling.
At the same time FSR 2.0 does not require special cores like NVIDIA's competing DLSS technology, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) and tensor cores to speed it up.AdvertisementThe official launch of FSR 2.0 is scheduled for today, the first game with technology support will be Deathloop and while many wait for the update, TechPowerUP resource has already published its first technology review with lots of comparisons.
The reviewer comments: \"AMD has achieved the unthinkable - the new FidelityFX Super Resolution FSR 2.0 looks awesome, just as good as DLSS 2.0, in fact DLSS 2.3 (in Deathloop).
Sometimes even a little better, sometimes a little worse, but overall this is a huge win for AMD.\" This conclusion is true for the performance of the technology in \"Quality\" mode, in \"Performance\" mode things are slightly different, here DLSS looks a bit better, most likely the AI helps in scaling the image from a low input resolution with a small number of pixels.
But we should take into account that DLSS has been on the market for a long time and is well optimized, while FSR 2.0 can be considered a fresh AMD development.
Of course, we have to wait for more reviews, but it is already clear that FSR 2.0 is a significant upgrade over the first version of the technology.
The preliminary list of supported video cards and some details on scaling were reviewed earlier, the work of technology can be found in detail on GPUOpen portal.Source:TechPowerUpVideoCardzFor the post rewardedThis material was written by a website visitor and it is rewarded.

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