Will New Radeon Graphics Destroy Nvidia DLSS Technology? Similar AMD technology will be open and cross-platform

Will New Radeon Graphics Destroy Nvidia DLSS Technology? Similar AMD technology will be open and cross-platform

Yesterday’s announcement of AMD graphics cards showed that the dominance of Nvidia cards in the upper price bracket seems to have come to an end. Of course, we still need to wait for independent tests, but AMD would hardly be too embellishing of reality.

Nvidia cards from the Turing and Ampere generations initially had two other competitive advantages, among other things: support for ray tracing and DLSS technology.

AMD now has hardware accelerated ray tracing, but what about the second point? As it became known, the company is preparing a response to DLSS technology.

The company is reportedly preparing a supersampling technology designed to improve performance when ray tracing is enabled. AMD’s technology will be open and cross-platform, meaning it could appear on next-generation consoles, which will be a big blow to Nvidia as developers will focus primarily on the potentially more diffused technology. If AMD technology is supported by consoles, then the developers of multi-platform games will probably focus primarily on it, and it is not a fact that they will consider it necessary to further implement DLSS technology.

There are no other details, but there is speculation that AMD technology will rely on DirectML. It is also unclear when the technology will be ready.

Will New Radeon Graphics Destroy Nvidia DLSS Technology? Similar AMD technology will be open and cross-platform

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