AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.2 upgrade technology now supports Need for Speed Unbound and F1 22, two of the biggest racing franchises. A functional test of 3DMark benchmarking software FSR version 2.2 will also be available next year.
Racing games are a big challenge for upscaling technologies like Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR). On the other hand, the slash gamer wants to achieve high frame rates for a smooth gaming experience, which FSR and DLSS are great for. However, the high speed of racing titles quickly creates artful visuals during upgrading, which can significantly spoil your gaming experience.
FSR 2.2 updates the existing racing game series
AMD had already presented the Microsoft Forza Horizon 5 title with an update to FSR in version 2.2 on November 8, 2022. With Need for Speed Unbound and F1 22, the latest FidelityFX Super Resolution is now available for these racing games. The frame rate can be increased using the latest version of the upgrade tool, with the latest iteration of FSR, according to AMD, significantly reducing jitter on fast-moving objects in particular. Support for these two new contenders brings the number of supported FSR-2 titles, an open-source, cross-platform technology, to a total of 97.
3DMark will get Function Test FSR 2.2 in an upcoming update
Developer UL Solutions donated a functional test of AMD FSR 2.2 to the well-known benchmark group 3DMark. While updating the software, users will be able to compare different settings for FidelityFX Super Resolution. So it will be possible to view the performance and image quality of different FSR presets. The upcoming 3DMark update test will also include a framerate inspector that provides an interactive picture-to-picture comparison.
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