AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution will work on Radeon RX 470/480 graphics cards, but not so simple with GeForce cards
AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution technology unveiled the other day, the company said, will work with the Radeon RX 6000, RX 5000, RX 500 and RX Vega graphics cards.
Many people might have a question regarding the Radeon RX 400 line, which actually does not differ from the RX 500. And now there is an official comment on this subject, according to which the Radeon RX 470 and RX 480 will also support FidelityFX Super Resolution. These adapters are listed, so the situation with the lower-end RX 400 cards remains open.
Also, recall that FidelityFX Super Resolution is an open standard, and AMD has stated that the last three generations of Nvidia graphics cards also support it. However, a new comment makes adjustments to the situation.
According to the head of the Radeon brand Scott Herkelman, the technology will not be optimized for GeForce video cards by default, so Nvidia will have to do it on its own if it wants to add support for FidelityFX Super Resolution to its adapters. Nvidia itself has not yet commented on the situation. On the one hand, it has DLSS, but this technology does not work on old and inexpensive GeForce GTX adapters without tensor cores.