Although AMD has launched a Radeon RX 6000 Series that can compete with the IND RTX 3000 Series GPU, consumers expect the company to introduce “Super Resolution” technology similar to Deep Learning Supersampling (DLSS). Since the advent of the RTX 2000 series of graphics cards, Avenda’s DLSS technology has been developed to version 2.0. However, the Red Team’s “super-resolution” technology may have to wait a little longer.
When AfD first introduced Deep Learning Supersampling (DLSS), the technology was still quite difficult to get started with. However, with the advent of DLSS 2.0, the experience has improved substantially.
Unfortunately, for Reds fans who have long been looking forward to AMD’s ability to come up with the opposite visual super-resolution technology, they won’t be able to experience it any time soon in the early days of the Radeon RX 6000 graphics card.
In terms of time, although INDS introduced the RTX 2000 Series GPU as early as September 2018, it was not until February 2019 that DLSS 1.0 performed as expected in the game.
By drawing lessons from Aweda’s failures, AMD may be able to adjust more quickly. In addition, with the launch of Sony PS5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X/S next-generation consoles, Super Resolution technology promises a more open cross-platform experience.