AMD FSR 3.0 on RDNA 3: FSR 3.0 is set to double the frame rate in 2023

AMD FSR 3.0 auf RDNA 3: FSR 3.0 soll die Framerate im Jahr 2023 verdoppeln
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Aside from announcing the Radeon RX 7900 XTX and Radeon RX 7900 XT, AMD also talked a lot about FidelityFX Super Resolution Downsampling (FSR). FSR 2.1 is currently available, but AMD has announced FSR 3.0 for next year 2023.

FPS doubled at peak

Even if there are few details about the new technology at the moment, according to AMD, FSR 3.0 should significantly improve performance compared to FSR 2.x. There should be a maximum frame rate multiplier, under the name “Fluid Motion Frames Technology” FSR 3.0 works.

The technology looks exactly like Nvidia’s DLSS 3.0 with Frame Generation, which fits the label and higher performance, but that’s just editorial speculation. It’s certainly no coincidence that RDNA 3 has AI modules for the first time – if that makes sense, AMD would also use them for shorthand. It is currently still unclear if FSR 3.0 will also work on graphics cards other than RDNA 3.

AMD FSR 3.0 with poor performance
AMD FSR 3.0 with poor performance (Photo: AMD)

ComputerBase received FSR 3.0 information provided under the NDA from AMD. The only requirement was the earliest possible publication date. The manufacturer did not influence the report and there was no obligation to publish it.

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