AMD implies that FSR 3 will not be limited to RDNA 3 and will not be available until 2023

In an interview with PCWorld, AMD Gaming Solutions Chief Architect Frank Azor gave some details about the Radeon RX 7900 XTX and their new FSR 3 technology. Frank said that FSR 3 is not a temporary product in response to DLSS 3, the technology has been in development for a long time, it needs more time to adapt, and maybe this is the technology that will need to wait until sometime in 2023. 

[AMD FSR3] is not an emergency response to [DLSS3], it's definitely something we've been working on for a long time. Why is it taking longer than you might expect? The key thing to remember about FSR is how FSR works, and so far, FSR is not just for RDNA2 or RDNA1, but for other generations of AMD graphics cards. They are also compatible with rival graphics cards. It's exponentially harder than if we were only doing work on RDNA3. […] We really want to do more than just rDNA3.

Frank also said something about FSR 3 technology and hinted that FSR 3 may not be limited to the RDNA 3 series, which may not be like NVIDIA's patenting DLSS 3 as its RTX 40 series exclusive, but for gamers Good thing, but foreign media think we should also praise NVIDIA, because its behavior has also accelerated the popularity of high-end PC platforms, and pushed the PC graphics card market to truly enter the era of ray tracing and sampling technology.

AMD released the latest generation of RDNA3 graphics cards yesterday, the Radeon RX 7900 XTX and Radeon RX 7900 XT graphics cards.

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