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Amd release adrenalin 2020 with fsr support

AMD quickly produced and released the official FSR driver, Radeon Adrenalin 2020 21.6.1 provides support for various games that were leaked earlier last week. Adrenalin 2020 21.6.1 is now available for download via the link below, but there are still questions about which games are supported.

Fortunately, AMD also released relevant details. Let's take a closer look.

The highly anticipated "FidelityFX Super Resolution" FSR feature has been around for some time, but the process of providing it to gamers has been slower than normal. For those who don't know, FSR is AMD's answer to NVIDIA DLSS "Deep Learning Super Sampling", which can achieve better performance at higher screen resolutions.

's new FSR technology will be available in the following products:

Therefore, if you own any of the above products, you can theoretically download Adrenalin 2020 21.6.1 to see what performance improvements can be achieved starting today. It’s no secret that

NVIDIA’s DLSS feature still has a huge advantage. It has been adopted on a larger scale and (obviously) provides a higher level of performance and image quality results in comparison. However, what makes AMD's solution so great is its versatility, because it not only supports AMD Radeon RX 6000 series cards, but also supports older products (up to Polaris RX 400 series). In addition, FidelityFX Super Resolution will also support NVIDIA's own GeForce 10 (Pascal) graphics card.

Having said that, FSR is still very new with very limited support. However, with the latest version of Adrenalin, the following games will be able to use the technology:

Although this list is not very impressive, we can expect more games to be available in the near future. The following are selected games that support FSR controllers:

Selected games may support this feature in the coming months. As more and more game developers join, the list is expected to grow.

Regarding the release notes, AMD posted the following on its website regarding support, bug fixes and known issues:

During the AMD Computex 2021 keynote, the team demonstrated the performance advantages of FidelityFX Super Resolution through Godfall, using RX 6800 XT and run the game at native 4K resolution on the EPIC preset (RTX enabled).

When using various FSR quality settings, the following is the performance difference by prioritizing image quality over performance mode:

To further demonstrate the potential of this new GPU feature, AMD used the NVIDIA GeForce graphics card GTX 1060 for an interesting comparison.

Here's a side-by-side comparison of Godfall running at 1440p on the EPIC preset:

As you can see from the previous slide (taken from Computex's keynote), the performance improvement available when using FSR is very significant. This feature has several quality modes, all of which provide a unique balance of performance and image quality. When using Ultra Quality mode, the RX Radeon 6800 XT can push approximately 60% more frames under exactly the same conditions. On the other hand, players can choose "performance" mode. In Godfall, the number of frames per second in this mode has increased by almost 300%, a staggering achievement when comparing the visual fidelity of the two modes. The comparison of the

GTX 1060 is not that impressive, but it still provides good gains when running at 1440p on the EPIC graphics preset. As you can see, when using the FSR function, GTX 1060 can increase 41 frames on average, which is indeed different in terms of fluency and overall smoothness.

In addition to this game list, AMD also confirmed that FidelityFX Super Resolution will be compatible with 10 studios on various engines and platforms. More information will be released in the coming weeks.

The following is a complete and up-to-date list of all game developers that have promised to support this technology in the coming months:

If you want to enable AMD FSR in your game, please quickly check the following video for guidance. Process.

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