We salute AMD‘s Radeon RX7900XTX and Radeon RX7900XT, but watch out, it gets even better with AMD FSR3 (AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution 3). AMD has taken advantage of its new high–end graphics by offering $999 and $899 prices, despite offering moderately sized GPUs.
Compared to the new generation GPUs that have a brand new manufacturing process and architecture, and which are the first gaming GPUs with chiplets, these prices seem insane. In the CPU market, the same milestone was reached.
In addition to the fact that the Radeon RX 7900 is 70 percent faster than the Radeon RX 6950 XT, its performance improvements will only get better as AMD FSR3 is released, which promises almost twice the performance of AMD FSR 2.
This technology is basically similar to NVIDIA DLSS 3, the third generation of a rescaling technology.
Radeon RX 7900‘s start is improved even further by the AMD FSR 3
AMD announced at its live event that it was scaling up its technology to achieve a maximum of double the FPS numbers it was already able to achieve with AMD FSR 2 in its 2nd generation. It is also important to note that the Radeon RX 7900 series will debut with AMD FSR 2 for at least a month until the 3rd generation of the technology comes out in 2023.
The technology is essential for next–generation monitors, just like DLSS 3 from NVIDIA. For AMD, you can create monitors in 4K with refresh rates of up to 480Hz or monitors in 8K with refresh rates of up to 165Hz using DisplayPort 2.1. Radeon RX 7900 with AMD FSR 3 is required to achieve these resolutions. There is nothing else to report.
An AMD HYPR–RX based system offers low latency in one click
There is also a new technology that AMD HYPR–RX. Not much information has been shared about it yet, because it won‘t arrive until sometime during the first half of 2023. According to what we know so far, this software will allow users to increase frame rate per second and reduce latency with a simple click. An image from Dying Light 2‘s test run is shown above.
The company has managed to increase the frame rate from 90 to 166 FPS, which represents an improvement of 85%. Additionally, the latency was reduced by almost a third: from 30 to 11 milliseconds. The information ends here as well, but it‘s important to know that the Radeon RX 7000 series is supported alongside raw performance and aggressive prices for software improvements.