Radeon Super Resolution Tested - Is this AMD's new Killer Feature?

RSR Tested - RSR Upscaling VS Total War Warhammer 3's Upscaling

Radeon Super Resolution Tested - Is this AMD's new Killer Feature?

RSR 1440p VS 66% Resolution Scale

To say the least, Total War Warhammer III's built in upscaling solution is terrible. Creative Assembly should consider using an upscaling solution like FSR 1.0 (or 2.0), DLSS, or XeSS in the future. With RSR, we can achieve higher levels of image quality and higher levels of performance than when using Total War Warhammer III's built in upscaling solution. AMD's Radeon Software Super Resolution technology deliver much clearer results.

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RSR 1080p VS 50% Resolution Scale

Again, we can see below that RSR deliver much better results than Total War Warhammer III's built in upscaling solution. Total War Warhammer III highlights the real benefits of RSR, and why it is a great feature for Radeon users. 

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17-03-2022, 14:44:38

NeverBackDown
Very impressive. Wonder how the results would compare for 1440p native users who choose 1080p to upscale.Quote

17-03-2022, 21:21:23

Pathstrider
Just emphasises that Warhammer would really benefit from some sort of upscaler.

Given it’s intel sponsored, I’m hoping it’ll get XeSS somewhere down the line.Quote

17-03-2022, 21:22:32

NeverBackDown
I think Warhammer could benefit from another major performance optimization pass just in general Quote

17-03-2022, 21:22:43

Pathstrider
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Very impressive. Wonder how the results would compare for 1440p native users who choose 1080p to upscale.
I tried 1080p => 1440p with a 6700xt in warhammer 3. Wasn’t as good as native but it was definitely acceptable.Quote

17-03-2022, 22:44:54

KingNosser
I ran a few benches on stuff it's not bad 20-35% uplift generally.

1080>1440 6800XT R1700 all games max settings and DXR

Assassins creed valhalla off 92 on 116avg
Metro Exodus Enhanced off 46 on 62avg
Watch Dogs Legion off 44 on 53avg
Shadow of the Tomb Raider off 62 on 79avg

I also tested Red Dead Online and Crysis Remaster but wasn't able to log the fps but i couldn't see any difference myself in all of them thou the odd shimmering like FSR but overall if the game doesn't have FSR then it seems with these few worth using.

My Ryzen 1700 is the main culprit for my generally lower fps overall, but it's still a difference

One game that now runs far far better is Control butter smooth no little lags anymore for me, so i can see myself using this a lot if the game doesn't have FSR built in.

Elden Ring has zero hicups doesn't look any different but plays nice and smoothly so this RSR stuff is really rather good Quote
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