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AMD introduced new Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards, games with AMD FSR 2.0 support and new driver

AMD introduced new Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards, games with AMD FSR 2.0 support and new driver

Three new products in the Radeon RX 6000 series of graphics cards are officially presented by AMD.
At the head of the Radeon RX 6950 XT and the company is positioning this model not just as the new flagship of the line, but as \"the most powerful graphics card in the world\" for games in 4K resolution at maximum graphics settings, its recommended price of 1099 USD.
Source: AMD and AnandTech AdvertisingThere are also two simpler variants joining the lineup, the company is releasing the Radeon RX 6750 XT at $549 for games at 1440p resolution and the Radeon RX 6650 XT for 1080p at $399.
All three models are available starting today, and the company is also boosting customer interest with new Raise the Game Bundle offers with free games.A comparison of some basic specs.
Source: AnandTechA AMD did not stop updating its lineup of graphics cards and talked about games with FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) version 2.0 scaling support.
The first such game will be Deathloop, and the game itself is scheduled for a May 12 update.
In the next few months support should appear in a much larger number of projects, known plans to update the following games: AsterigosDelysiumEEV OnlineFarming Simulator 22ForspokenGroundedMicrosoft Flight SimulatorNiShuiHanPerfect World RemakeSwordsman RemakeUnknown 9: Awakening Next on the list of release of a new set of software AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition version 22.
5.1 and a preliminary version of the AMD Software Preview driver for May 2022, about the latter the company has detailed separately on the community forum, here are the key changes:Upgrading the Radeon Super Resolution (RSR) scaling technology to version 1.
1 with a new sharpening settingPerformance improvements in games using DirextX 11 average up to 10%Improved SAM, up to 12% performance gainUpdated bug reporting toolPerformance gains in AMD Software PreviewSource:AMDAMD CommunityAnandTechA rewarded postThis piece was written by a site visitor and was rewarded.

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