AMD FSR 3 Announcement: Revolutionizing Gaming Graphics
Gaming enthusiasts around the world have reason to rejoice as AMD unveils its latest technological marvel, FSR 3. This revolutionary frame multiplication technology aims to rival NVIDIA’s DLSS 3 Frame Generation, promising to elevate gaming experiences to a whole new level. In this article, we delve deeper into the details of AMD’s FSR 3, including its release date, requirements, game support, and benchmarks.
FSR 3 Unveiled By AMD: When Is It Coming Out?
The highly anticipated FSR 3 is set to launch in early fall, according to an official announcement made by AMD at Gamescom 2023. Gamers can expect to experience this cutting-edge technology in action as early as September 2023.
This aligns with recent leaks speculating the release date of FSR 3, which predicted a launch next month. AMD’s confirmation only amplifies the excitement surrounding this groundbreaking innovation.
FidelityFX 3.0, AMD’s proprietary frame-generation technology, utilizes the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to multiply frames in games by inserting interpolated frames. While similar to NVIDIA’s DLSS 3, which was introduced alongside the RTX 40 Series GPUs, the inner workings of AMD’s solution across different GPUs remain largely undisclosed.
During the Gamescom event, AMD showcased the capabilities of FSR 3 through a live demonstration in Forspoken. Additionally, they revealed that EA’s highly anticipated title, Immortals of Aveum, and Forspoken would both receive patches in the coming weeks to incorporate support for FSR 3 Fluid Motion Frames technology.
Which GPUs and Games Will Support FSR 3?
Scott Herkelman, spokesperson for AMD, disclosed during the Gamescom presentation that FSR 3 has undergone rigorous testing across various games, including compatibility with DX11 and DX12 titles. AMD has also collaborated with popular game developers and Unreal Engine to implement a plugin in their FSR engine. As a result, the adoption of FSR 3 is expected to surge, echoing the success of its predecessors, FSR 2 and 1.
The key differentiating factor of FSR 3 is its compatibility. It is not limited to AMD graphics cards but extends to all GPUs, promising a seamless gaming experience for users irrespective of their hardware setup. AMD has announced that FSR 3 will also be compatible with gaming consoles like the Xbox Series X.
While FSR 3 may potentially work on older or slower GPUs, AMD offers specific recommendations for optimal performance. For AMD GPUs, FSR 3 suggests support for Radeon RX 5700 and above, with the Radeon RX 6000 series being the recommended choice. On the other hand, NVIDIA GPUs are expected to support FSR 3 from the RTX 20 series and above, while the RTX 30 series and above are recommended.
Upon its release, FidelityFX 3.0 will be available on 12 new games, with patches expected during the fall. However, AMD has assured gamers that thousands of games will receive future support for FSR 3.
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