AMD FidelityFX SuperResolution Launches On Latest And 10 Year Old Intel Processor

AMD FidelityFX SuperResolution Launches On Latest And 10 Year Old Intel Processor

AMD FidelityFX SuperResolution (FSR) technology is known to be open and cross-platform. As we learned today, it will work even on older Xbox One consoles, although their GPUs are based on the GCN architecture.

Now there is information about how FSR works on Intel GPUs. Intel itself has already shown interest in the technology, but did not officially talk about AMD support. But a test on an Intel CPU showed that everything worked. And even on very old CPUs.

One source tested FSR in Terminator Resistance on a Core i9-11900K CPU with GPU Xe.

As you can see, the performance has increased by 54%, although this is in the Performance mode, which already significantly affects the image quality.

In another case, FSR was launched on an old Core i5-3570, which was released almost 10 years ago.

Here we see a performance gain of 50-60% in the same Performance mode. The performance is still very low, but in this case we are interested in the fact of running the technology on a very old GPU.

AMD FidelityFX SuperResolution Launches On Latest And 10 Year Old Intel Processor

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