FPS values for the PC version of God of War have arrived!
The FPS values of God of War, the game that will be released for PC soon, have been announced. Reached 57 FPS in 4K Resolution.
AMD released a video showing how FidelityFX Super Resolution technology works in the PC version of God of War.
A new video has been released about the new generation FidelityFX Super Resolution technology, which AMD offers as a competitor to DLSS technology developed by NVIDIA. FPS values for the PC version of God of War, related to the technology that will support more than 70 games in the new period, have also been published.
God of War reaches 57 FPS in 4K!
A new video has come about the AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution technology, which AMD has been working on for a long time and made available last June.
Basically, this technology, which aims to present high-resolution graphics with higher FPS values on relatively lower-equipped computers, is developing day by day. By using artificial intelligence, missing pixels in a game that normally runs at low resolution are instantly completed by AMD’s own artificial intelligence and you don’t feel the difference in resolution.
FPS values of more than 70 productions using this technology, which is expected to compete with NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0 technology, were shared. AMD also shared the hardware specifications of the computer on which the test was performed. The production that attracted the most attention of the players in the promotional video was naturally the PC version of God of War.
Features of the system using AMD FideltyFX SR
– AMD Radeon RX6800XT
– AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
– 16GB DDR4-3200 RAM
– QOGI AM4 Motherboard.
As you can see from the video, a full 57 FPS could be reached from God of War, which was run at Ultra settings with the above system and 4K resolution. Under normal conditions, it is not possible to reach 57 FPS in a graphic wonder production like God of War with the specified system. However, it can be said that AMD is doing quite well with this new generation technology, especially in certain games.
The FidelityFX Super Resolution technology developed by AMD currently supports a total of 70 different games, and there will be new productions that support this technology among the newly developed games.