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    Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    And shortly after the 22nd June event, a further 12 games will begin to roll out to users.
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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    Looking at the titles it appears AMD don't want people to be looking at anything other than the best quality setting as none of these titles suffers from low FPS.

    I'm happy to see AMD produce FSR as they are so poor with RT, but lets not let it ruin titles that would otherwise have had DLSS support. We need to see both technologies supported and then expanded to for Intels ML based solution.

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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinkly View Post
    Looking at the titles it appears AMD don't want people to be looking at anything other than the best quality setting as none of these titles suffers from low FPS.

    I'm happy to see AMD produce FSR as they are so poor with RT, but lets not let it ruin titles that would otherwise have had DLSS support. We need to see both technologies supported and then expanded to for Intels ML based solution.
    It's early days - and as per usual we have the won't support it till it's out, and see if it's any good camps so *hopefully* patches will appear for more games quite soon!

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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    would like to see FSR for 10 series Nvidia GPU's and see them living up to that is NVIDIA is for the games, since its open source it would be a golden opportunity to give their customers and people that own their products a lift up.

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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    Would like to see CD Projekt Red in there so I can improve CP2077 a bit

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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrinkly View Post
    Looking at the titles it appears AMD don't want people to be looking at anything other than the best quality setting as none of these titles suffers from low FPS.

    I'm happy to see AMD produce FSR as they are so poor with RT, but lets not let it ruin titles that would otherwise have had DLSS support. We need to see both technologies supported and then expanded to for Intels ML based solution.
    Depends on the hardware - 6000 series AMD won't struggle with them, but for a 1060 it'd be a welcome boost to fps

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    Re: Leak points to seven AMD FSR-enabled ready for launch

    I'm just hoping this combined with ray tracing makes their cards viable for it, because atm it doesn't matter how powerful their cards are, they could be 50% faster than a 3080, but as long as their raytracing performance sucks, it's just not worth it.

    Maybe FSR will bring their raytracing performance up to par of DLSS/RTX

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