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FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR)

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FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) is a technology developed by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) to create high-resolution frames from lower resolution inputs to increase frame rates in select game titles. [ FSR is part of the FidelityFX family with software features aimed at improving rendering and performance in PC games. All features have been published with an MIT license.[1]

Unlike its leading competitor, DLSS from Nvidia, FSR doesn't just support its company's graphics cards and is open-source. Thus, independent developers can easily and themselves implement the technology into their games.

Supported graphics hardware[ Source[edit][edit]

  • AMD Radeon 5000 Series
  • AMD Radeon 5000M Series
  • AMD Radeon 600 Series
  • AMD Radeon 6000 Series
  • AMD Radeon 6000M Series
  • AMD Radeon RX 480/470/460 Graphics
  • AMD Radeon RX 500 Series
  • AMD Radeon RX Vega Series
  • AMD Radeon VII Graphics
  • AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors with AMD Radeon Graphics
  • AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors with Radeon Graphics
  • NVIDIA GeForce 10 Series
  • NVIDIA GeForce 16 Series
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Series
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series


FSR 1[2][edit]

The first version of FSR was announced on May 31, 2021 at Computex and made available on June 22, 2021. After release, it supported 7 game titles, in the following months support grew by dozens of other games and the growth still continues. []

FSR 1 is a spatial upscaler. Receives the current, anti-aliased image and enlarges it to screen resolution independent of frame history or motion vectors. The basis is an algorithm aimed at detecting edges from a set of pixels of the source frame and recreating them in increased resolution. Running FSR in a game can increase the frame rate and introduce latency according to the graphics hardware used.

FSR también viene con funciones de ayuda para una integración más fácil en los juegos de hoy y está disponible en los motores de juego Unity y Unreal Engine.[1]

Quality Description Scale Start
Ultra quality The Ultra Quality preset produces an image indistinguishable from native rendering. It should be chosen when the highest quality is wanted. 1.3x one dimension

(1.69x area)

(77% of screen resolution)

1477 x 831

1970 x 1108

2646 x 1108

2954 x 1662

1920 x 1080

2560 x 1440

3440 x 1440

3840 x 2160

Quality The Quality preset produces a quality image representative of native rendering with a significant performance increase. 1.5x one dimension

(2.25x area)

(67% of screen resolution)

1280 x 720

1706 x 960

2293 x 960

2560 x 1440

1920 x 1080

2560 x 1440

3440 x 1440

3840 x 2160

Balanced The Balanced preset produces an image close to native rendering quality with a high performance boost. 1.7x one dimension

(2.89x area)

(59% of screen resolution)

1129 x 635

1506 x 847

2024 x 847

2259 x 1270

1920 x 1080

2560 x 1440

3440 x 1440

3840 x 2160

Performance Performance presets visibly affect image quality and should only be used when higher performance is critically needed. 2.0x one dimension

(4x area)

(50% of screen resolution)

960 x 540

1280 x 720

1720 x 720

1920 x 1080

1920 x 1080

2560 x 1440

3440 x 1440

3840 x 2160

FSR 2[3][edit]

FSR 2 was announced and announced on March 17, 2022 in Deathloop, which also debuted on May 12, 2022. It was made available to developers on June 22, one year after the release of FSR 1.

FSR 2 was developed from the ground up to surpass the image quality of FSR 1, it can render images with higher quality compared to native rendering. Because both technologies work differently, it is possible to add them both to the same game.

FSR 2 is a temporal upscaler. Its algorithms use historical data of unsmoothed frames to create a smoothed image of higher resolution without the use of machine learning. As a time magnifier, FSR 2 requires higher graphics hardware than FSR 1 spatial magnifier, and higher latency is to be expected.

FSR 2 is available as a plugin in the Unreal Engine and the Xbox development kit.

FSR 3[4][edit]

FSR 3 was announced in Q4 of 2022 with the 7000 series graphics cards Amd says that: "FSR 3.0 Will provide 2x Performance compared to FSR 2.0" Is known that FSR 3 will use Motion vectors and Optical flow compute to interpolate new frames and create new frames and increase the performance in the videogames a lot.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 FSR WEBPAGE, Maksim Romanyuk Kulbaba. AMD FidelityFX™ Super Resolution Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. "AMD FSR 2.0: Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre esta nueva tecnología de reescalado de imagen". 22 April 2022.
  3. "What is AMD FSR? FidelityFX Super Resolution Explained". 14 September 2021.
  4. "FSR 3.0 ¿Sólo para AMD Radeon RX 7000 de RDNA3?". 3 November 2022.

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