AMD now has less than a month to launch HYPR-RX

Published: Jun 2nd 2023, 09:21 GMT   Comments

AMD HYPR-RX should launch in June

In November last year, AMD announced FSR 3.0 and HYPR-RX technologies set to launch in 2023. AMD was not keen to share release dates for either of the two technologies, but the company did confirm HYPR-RX should launch in the first half of this year. 

In case one forgot about HYPR-RX, this technology is AMD’s response to NVIDIA Reflex, but it goes a bit further. The main idea is to lower the latency and input lag for gaming, but unlike Reflex, the HYPR-RX will also increase the performance by enabling RSR (Radeon Super Resolution). The idea is to offer an easy to use one-click solution that would work across many games on a driver level.

The HYPR-RX relies on RSR, which uses the older FSR 1 upscaling algorithm with lower quality than FSR 2. The benefit of using RSR is that it needs no game integration. The algorithm upscales the whole frame, but at the same time this means that even the user interface will be upscaled, which is not may not be desired.


AMD promised to launch HYPR-RX in the first half of 2023, which leaves less than 28 days. Considering that AMD did not make major driver updates this year, this would be a perfect opportunity to introduce something new. Furthermore, AMD still needs to integrate the Radeon RX 7600 GPU into the main branch, which is surprisingly not the case.

Unfortunately, AMD did not confirm a timeframe for FidelityFX Super Resolution 3.0 launch. One of the key features introduced alongside RDNA3 architecture has not even been mentioned for over 7 months.

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