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AMD will release a driver that will significantly boost the performance of its graphics cards in DX11 games

AMD will release a driver that will significantly boost the performance of its graphics cards in DX11 games

advertisement Different users have different opinions about who supports their products better - NVIDIA or AMD.
Some believe that the advantage of drivers from the \"green\" is that they are less problematic and work here and now, while drivers from AMD take a long time to \"improve\".
But perhaps both camps would agree that AMD's software support is longer lasting.
With every new release of graphics card drivers AMD company strives to improve the gaming performance of their cards, not forgetting about seemingly obsolete models as well.
The most vivid example, cited in heated debates is the comparison of performance of GeForce GTX 1060 and Radeon RX 580, when at the beginning the \"green\" product was ahead of the AMD product, and over time became even inferior to it.Yesterday was the launch of new Radeon RX 6950 / 6750 / 6650 XT graphics cards, for which AMD has timed the release of its new driver.
At the same time a preview of the next May release was published which will give owners of \"red\" cards some nice surprises.First of all AMD will include a new version of Radeon Super Resolution (RSR 1.1) technology with manual sharpening filter support.
The main difference between RSR technology and FSR is that RSR works in all games without requiring developer support.Additionally, a significant improvement in performance of AMD graphics cards in games with DirectX 11 is announced.
The improvement could be anywhere from 3 to 17%.
Below is a list of already tested games.An interesting point is that some games, not included in the list, show even more impressive results, up to 24%, which is already comparable to switching to a video card from the segment one step higher.
The results in the shooter Crysis Remastered are quite revealing.The exact release date of the \"bonus\" driver is unknown, but presumably it will appear before the end of May.Source: VideocardzThe post is rewardedThis material was written by a site visitor, and it is rewarded.

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