AMD Releases Full Radeon Driver with Improved Fluid Motion Frames for up to 97% More FPS At 1080p


AMD has released its driver-level version of frame generation technology called AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) for RX 6000 and 7000 series graphics cards.

The feature is designed to boost performance by up to 97% at 1080 and 103% at 1440p but at the cost of visual quality. AFMF is similar to FSR 3 frame generation but without the upscaling technology and turns off during fast visual motion to maintain image quality.  AMD recommends using variable refresh rate technology like FreeSync.

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