Microsoft announced that its Xbox Series X/S will support AMD’s FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution) technology recently announced at the Taipei International Computer Show. This technology is a benchmark for Nvidia’s DLSS technology and provides higher operating frames for game consoles. rate.
When AMD released the FSR technology, it said that the technology is developed around an advanced space amplification algorithm that optimizes the game through ultra-high-quality edges and unique pixel details.
In the test shown, with super image quality enabled, the number of frames of “Fall of the Gods” running at 4K resolution is 49fps. After turning on FSR, the frame rate increased to 78fps, an increase of 59%.
At the same time, FSR technology also supports normal quality, balance and performance modes at 4K resolution. In this mode, the FPS of the game can be increased by more than twice.
In addition to Microsoft’s Xbox game console, AMD stated when it released FSR technology that Radeon RX 6000, RX 5000, RX 500 and RX Vega series graphics cards, as well as all Ryzen processors equipped with Radeon graphics cards, will be able to enable FSR functions.
FSR technology is a graphics processing enhancement function that is provided to developers, rather than automatically applied to hardware upgrades, so it is not clear when games on Microsoft Xbox Series X/S can support FSR technology.