AMD senior vice president and director of the graphics business unit Scott Heckleman revealed at the Radeon RX 7000 conference that FSR 3 is coming.
The engine is capable of leveraging AMD Unified Compute Engine technology and delivers outstanding ray tracing and rasterization performance with RDNA GPUs.
In the Unreal Engine 5 demo released by AMD, the Radeon RX 7000 GPU reached 60 frames per second under FSR 2.0, but with FSR 3.0 it can be directly improved to 112 frames per second. According to AMD, this new upgrade technology can increase its graphics performance by 2 times.
FSR 3.0 supports Fluid Motion Frame technology, a term coined by AMD, though the company doesn’t elaborate on what exactly that means. It does sound interesting though.
AMD confirmed that the technology will be available next year, but did not disclose any specific dates.
Additionally, AMD will be making major updates to its graphics drivers, such as a technology called Hyper-RX.
The HYPER-RX is said to deliver “one-click performance and latency improvements.” AMD claims that in games like Dying Light 2, it can improve performance by 85% while reducing latency to 1/3 the original, which sounds like a competitor to NVIDIA Reflex and DLSS technology.
According to AMD, HYPER-RX will be released in the first half of 2023.