AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 3.1 continues to fall short compared to NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Super Sampling 3.7 and Intel’s Xe Super Sampling 1.3 in terms of image quality, despite enhancements.

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Despite various enhancements, AMD FSR 3.1 still trails other upscaling technologies in terms of visual fidelity, such as NVIDIA DLSS 3.7 and Intel XeSS 1.3.

In the most recent episode of the DF Direct Weekly podcast, experts at Digital Foundry discussed the latest version of AMD’s upscaler, noting that while the update brings some improvements in terms of image clarity, it still lacks the visual appeal of NVIDIA DLSS and Intel XeSS, especially in scenes with moving objects like in Horizon Forbidden West. The changes from version 2.2 are minimal, and the limitations of the upscaler are still evident when it comes to dynamic elements on screen.

The issues with AMD FSR 3.1 are also evident in a recent comparison video by MxBenchmark PC. The key update in the new version is the enhancement to the frame generation component, which is now compatible with various upscalers and anti-aliasing solutions. This is particularly beneficial for users with NVIDIA RTX 2000 and 3000 series cards who lack access to NVIDIA’s Frame Generation feature included in DLSS 3.0 and later versions.

AMD FSR 3.1 was introduced in March, bringing some changes that aimed to enhance the overall performance. More details on the updates can be found here.

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