AMD’s answer to Nvidia’s Frame Gen graphics may be coming in September

AMD announced its answer to Nvidia’s DLSS 3 with Frame Generation graphics technology back in 2022, officially dubbed FSR 3 graphics scaling with Fluid Motion Frames technology. AMD had gone into great detail on FSR’s progress since then during its GDC 2023 presentation to developers in March, detailing the progress from version 1 to its current version 3.

According to a new report from YouTube channel Moore’s Law is Dead (reported on by PC Gamer), the technology will be launching in September 2023. It seems that the tech giant will release FSR 3 with Fluid Motion to tie into its new RDNA 3 graphics cards. And considering that CEO Lisa Su herself confirmed the imminent arrival of RDNA 3 during AMD’s earnings call for the Q2 fiscal, this only bolsters the rumor’s porobability even more.

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