In a recent announcement that marks a milestone in the video game industry, AMD revealed its latest technological innovation: AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF)A tool that can significantly increase frames per second (FPS) in PC video games.


This technology has been implemented recently Adrenalin Edition 24.1.1 software driver updateIts main purpose is to improve users’ visual experience while playing video games on PC.

AMD’s new AFMF technology stands out for its impressive ability to increase FPS by up to 97% in 1080p resolution games Up to 103% for 1440p ones.

This development provides a much smoother gaming experience, as AMD explained in a statement on its website.

this technology Applicable to all video games using DirectX 11 and 12 application programming interfaces (APIs) and is compatible with AMD Radeon 700M series, RX 6000 and RX 7000 GPUs for both laptop and desktop platforms.

(Continue reading: CES 2024: AMD unveils new Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card).

In addition to AFMF, AMD also introduced: AMD Video Upscaling In the latest update of Adrenalin Edition.

This tool provides: advanced video enhancement algorithm This significantly improves image quality in video playback for AMD Radeon RX 7000 desktop series GPUs.

Players can: enable this feature via AMD softwareBy accessing the Graphics Settings tab and selecting the Video Upscaling function.

AMD Video Upscaling also Compatible with DirectX 11 applicationsPopular web browsers such as Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome are also included. To enable this technology in these browsers, users Enable ‘Media Foundation for Clear’ In Chrome and Edge ‘flags’.

(Interesting: AMD announced Ryzen 8040 processors with AI chips).

Finally, AMD announced the launch of its new high-performance graphics card. AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT.

This graphics card, which was first introduced at the CES 2024 technology fair held in Las Vegas, 364.90 euros (this would be approximately over 1,500,000 Colombian pesos).

Designed for Power the most demanding games and content creation appsThe 190W Radeon RX 7600 makes it an attractive option for video game and digital content creation enthusiasts.

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*This content was rewritten with the help of artificial intelligence, based on information published by Europa Press, and reviewed by the journalist and editor.

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