First details revealed for AMD Super Resolution, will be using AI neural networks

According to a patent that was filled by the red team, AMD Super Resolution will be using AI neural networks in order to improve the image.

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ApocalypseShadow71d ago

Hope that applies to VR like what Nvidia is doing.

StoneyYoshi70d ago (Edited 70d ago )

Maybe not initially but I'm sure it can be done eventually. They need to make sure this solution is nearly as beneficial as DLSS if not better before they go any further.

kryteris70d ago (Edited 70d ago )

Meanwhile devs are redoing projects to support the Quest 2 hardware. Hopefully the PSVR2 will sway them back to more impressive hardware requirements.

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NeoGamer23270d ago

And the ever-increasing reliance on networks continues.

StoneyYoshi70d ago

Welcome to the inevitable future...

Tacoboto70d ago

These neural networks are local to the GPU.

NeoGamer23270d ago

Yes, you are correct, but for things to learn and learn consistently they have to be connected to a mothership, otherwise they all will learn differently.

Babadook770d ago


They are learned ahead of time and used locally at run time. They don't need access to any cloud based network.

russo12170d ago

Because it has network in the name doesn't mean you need to be connected with other computers over the internet, i.e. you can have a neural network locally in any computer system.

darthv7270d ago

Is this all part of that 'machine learning'?

Rainbowcookie70d ago

Downvoted for asking a question? ... mindboggels

yeahokwhatever70d ago (Edited 70d ago )

yes. AI/Machine Learning/Neural Networks are all roughly the same thing depending on who is speaking. Obviously there's differences, but a lot of people use the terms interchangeably.

Pyrofire9570d ago (Edited 70d ago )

A neural-net processor; a learning computer. -Terminator

kneon70d ago

Are you really surprised? Last we there were people filling plastic shopping bags with gasoline.

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anubusgold70d ago (Edited 70d ago )

I have a 3070 and DLSS can save you like 40 fps with ray tracing on so its a big deal and it looks great . I compare them all the time in games at 1440P i cant see a difference. With ray tracing on its 40 fps vs 90 fps in games.

AnnaDea70d ago

This will add some great options for image quality on the PS5.

SierraGuy70d ago (Edited 70d ago )


Nvidia: 'were in danger' 😂

draconiangull70d ago

I think it's a little early the start the party...

It'll be interesting to compare the two when there are a lot of samples. The most interesting thing i think will be seeing who's tech gets adopted by the industry. My bet is AMD simply because it's on the consoles. It'll probably end up like Freesync which Nvidia had to more or less give up on Gsync and use the unlicensed option. It's silly for there too be two formats for essentially the same thing.

anubusgold70d ago

Amd over promises alot wait and see the benchmarks.

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