The appointment seems to be approaching with AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, which is expected to be the answer to NVIDIA DLSS technology.
The technology known as AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, which will be the answer for NVIDIA DLSS, is expected to arrive this spring. According to Prohardver, the AMD solution uses AI-powered machine learning to help increase frame rates in games running on the latest RDNA 2 GPU-powered Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards.
During the launch of its Radeon RX 6000 series, AMD shared the first details about its DLSS competitor technology, called FidelityFX Super Resolution. The company said the technology is under development and that they are collaborating with game developers to implement it in games.
NVIDIA made a significant start in 2018 with its artificial-based supersampling technology when the Turing-based GeForce RTX 20 series was launched. Although DLSS 1.0 was introduced, there were not many games using the feature and users saw impressive performance gains, while these caused a very blurry loss of image quality. Fortunately this has changed over time and DLSS 2.0 was able to show the true form of the feature while still retaining almost similar image quality with native resolution, with impressive gains. The feature showed significant updates to games like The Medium and Cyberpunk 2077, enabling gaming at 8K resolution on a single graphics card.
The difference that DLSS makes is that it puts NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards ahead of AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 series. On the other hand, situations may change with the official launch of AMD’s solution. It is stated that AMD is also planning to release a major Adrenaline Radeon driver version that includes two major updates around March 2021. These updates will be the addition of FidelityFX Super Resolution and an update for Radeon Boost. Let us remind you that the company still releases its drivers as Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition.