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AMD Fluid Motion Frames Officially Launching January 24th

AMD Fluid Motion Frames Officially Launching January 24th

by Low Boon ShenJanuary 15, 2024
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AMD Fluid Motion Frames Officially Launching January 24th

AMD Fluid Motion Frames Officially Launching January 24th

Need a quick, dirty way of increasing framerates? AMD’s Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) technology will soon launch, alongside the company’s upcoming GPU release, the Radeon RX 7600 XT. The new feature will officially leave the testing phase and enter general availability – with Radeon RX 7000, 6000 series GPUs, and Radeon 700M series iGPUs set to support this feature.

AFMF is a driver-level frame generation technology, which makes it a vastly different implementation compared to NVIDIA’s DLSS3 (Frame Gen) tech. Team Green’s solution involves active developer implementation, which means support is enabled on a per-game basis. AFMF, meanwhile, will support every DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 right out of the gate. This is not to be confused with the other frame-generation technology that AMD currently has, the FSR3, which functions in similar ways as DLSS3.

The feature will also be included as part of the HYPR-RX performance boosting mode through AMD Software, which already includes FSR2 or Radeon Super Resolution (RSR), plus Radeon Boost, and Radeon Anti-Lag.

The company believes that this is an advantage that NVIDIA does not have, but noted that Team Green may offer their implementation as a result. In an interview with PCGamer, AMD Radeon division’s Senior Manager, Aaron Steinman said: “I think what we’re gonna start seeing, DLSS is only available on certain solutions, so either NVIDIA is going to have to benefit from our solution because we did make it open-source and cross-vendor, or they’re probably going to need to do something similar.”

Source: Videocardz

Pokdepinion: Cruicially, this is going to give the AMD laptop APUs a serious leg up in performance against Intel’s new Core Ultra chips. 

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