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Where can i download FSR?

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8 minutes ago, Oskarino said:

Hey,

does anyone now where i can download FSR for my Nvidia 1000 Series?

I couldn't find it, so if anyone knows where to get it, please send the link.

 

3 minutes ago, tkitch said:

FSR? 

 

AMD's  FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR).

 

So far, it is only available within the latest "Beta" AMD graphics card drivers...released a few hours ago.

Support for nVidia GPU support, you'll probably need to wait a bit longer.

Hey,

does anyone now where i can download FSR for my Nvidia 1000 Series?

I couldn't find it, so if anyone knows where to get it, please send the link.

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FSR? 

 

Do you mean AMD's new Scaling Tech?

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FSR is for AMD GPUs and is baked into the driver.

 

For Nvidia, they would need to support it. They do not at the moment.

Will they though? Unlikely to happen anytime soon. Just like how it took them a while to finally add support for Freesync monitors, it will likely take them a while before they support FSR when they have DLSS.

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Yes, i mean the new scaling Tech Fidelity Fx Super Resolution.

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8 minutes ago, Oskarino said:

Hey,

does anyone now where i can download FSR for my Nvidia 1000 Series?

I couldn't find it, so if anyone knows where to get it, please send the link.

 

3 minutes ago, tkitch said:

FSR? 

 

AMD's  FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR).

 

So far, it is only available within the latest "Beta" AMD graphics card drivers...released a few hours ago.

Support for nVidia GPU support, you'll probably need to wait a bit longer.

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3 minutes ago, Oskarino said:

Yes, i mean the new scaling Tech Fidelity Fx Super Resolution.

If you want someone to see your reply, make sure you quote them, or @tkitchthem.

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11 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

FSR is for AMD GPUs and is baked into the driver.

 

For Nvidia, they would need to support it. They do not at the moment.

Will they though? Unlikely. Just like how they don't really support FreeSync because they have Gsync, Nvidia won't support FSR because they have DLSS.

 

I mean, they do support FreeSync, sort of. It just took them years, and then they insisted on calling it "G-Sync Compatible." 🙄

 

OP, it's not something you can download. It's a feature of AMD's newest drivers for their cards. You want to use it, get an AMD card. Not terribly likely Nvidia will support it any time in the foreseeable future, their competing feature is DLSS.

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Thanks for the fast replies. I hope that it'll be supported in the near future because graphics cards are so expansive right now.

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1 hour ago, Oskarino said:

FSR

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... but I'm no expert.

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@Oskarino, I think there may have been a miscommunication here.

 

FSR theoretically will work on Nvidia cards, but FSR working at all depends on it being implemented in the particular game. Just like DLSS with Nvidia, you can't just turn it on for every game you play. Right now the list of titles that support FSR (or DLSS for that matter) is pretty short. 

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4 hours ago, Tan3l6 said:

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Ohhhh...some games have already been patched to have FSR support?

Neat 🙂

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