Nvidia’s frame generation works with AMD FSR and Intel XeSS

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Fancy a spot of AMD-powered FSR (opens in new tab) super scaling with a garnish of Nvidia’s latest frame generation technology (opens in new tab)? Well, it turns out that can actually be done. For now.

It’s possible for two reasons. Firstly, Nvidia’s new frame generation feature within its broader DLSS 3.0 resolution and performance scaling platform can be enabled as a stand alone feature. Secondly, Nvidia’s competition in the resolution scaling market—namely AMD and Intel—have both…

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