AMD supplies additional particulars on HYPR-RX
AMD HYPR-RX will probably be accessible subsequent yr.
HYPR-RX is an upcoming expertise coming to AMD Radeon graphics within the first half of 2023. This tech was demoed alongside Radeon RX 7900 collection final month, however AMD now has extra particulars on how would this tech work.
The HYPR-RX will probably be a single click on efficiency increase expertise combining Radeon Tremendous Decision, Radeon Enhance and Radeon Anti-Lag. All these options are actually accessible by means of AMD Software program and are supported by a variety of GPUs. The expertise will probably be a part of the pre-set profiles accessible by means of the Graphics tab within the drivers. This manner, consumer will be capable to select which profile fits them greatest for particular person video games.
In brief, this one-click resolution will scale back system latency (Anti-Lag), allow dynamic decision scaling (Enhance) and use spatial upscaler (RSR). It should positively not be the very best resolution for everybody, although. Likelihood is some video games might help FSR 2.0 already, which ought to present higher picture high quality. Nonetheless, RSR which relies on FSR 1.0 algorithm has a bonus of working at driver degree, with out a have to manually change sport settings. In that sense, HYPR-RX is a trouble free resolution that ought to work throughout many video games.
AMD is offering some preliminary knowledge that includes HYPR-RX in motion. In Dying Gentle 2, the expertise boosts framerate from 90 to 166 FPS, representing an 85% uplift. This take a look at was performed on a Ryzen 9 7900X/DDR5-5200 system, with the sport configured to 1080p excessive preset. The output decision was 1440p due to Hyper-RX tech. In keeping with AMD, the latency was lowered from 30 ms to 11 ms.
AMD confirms HYPR-RX will probably be accessible within the first half of 2023 with out clarifying when precisely. One ought to count on this tech to work with all trendy Radeon GPUs, together with cellular options.