AMD FSR 3 is Now Available: Bringing Relief to Owners of Older Radeon, GeForce Cards, and Consoles
AMD Finally Confirms Release of FSR 3 Technology, Promising Improved Gaming Performance
AMD has officially announced the release of FSR 3 technology, which has been eagerly awaited by users and gamers. FSR 3 will utilize frame interpolation technology to generate additional frames in games, resulting in a higher frame rate and smoother gameplay. This is similar to Nvidia’s DLSS 3 technology, but unlike DLSS 3, FSR 3 will not be limited to specific graphics card models.
During the Gamescon 2023 event, AMD revealed that FSR 3 will be implemented in the Forspoken and Immortals of Aveum games, with support for 10 more games on the way. The performance improvement brought by FSR 3 is substantial, as demonstrated in Forspoken, where the frame rate increased from 30 fps to over 120 fps in “Performance” mode with 4K resolution and Ultra High Ray Tracing settings.
One of the advantages of FSR 3 is its easy implementation in games, and it will be available as a “plug-in” accessory for Unreal Engine 5, making it easier for game developers to integrate this technology. AMD has also focused on reducing latency and delay, a drawback of Nvidia’s DLSS 3 technology, to enhance the gaming experience.
FSR 3 is compatible with AMD, Nvidia, and Intel graphics cards, as well as gaming consoles. However, older graphics card models may not fully benefit from FSR 3, so AMD recommends using Radeon RX 5700 or newer models, while Nvidia GeForce support starts from the RTX 20 series. FSR 3 also supports resolution scaling starting from AMD Radeon RX 590 cards and the RTX 10 series for Nvidia GeForce.
With its promising capabilities and performance, AMD FSR 3 technology is highly anticipated and will likely make a significant impact in the gaming industry.