January 24 will be a special day for AMD fans, as the company will release the 16GB RX 7600 XT, and will also launch Fluid Motion Frames, i.e. AMD Frame Generation technology.
This technology comes as part of the HYPR-RX, but should also become available as a separate option in drivers. AMD Fluid Motion Frames do not require support from game developers and work smoothly without any implementation. Of course, this means it can only be used with AMD Radeon GPUs, and not all cards support it.
AMD previously released early drivers with Fluid Motion Frames support. With the latest update, the integrated Radeon 700M series is supported, while the RX 6000 was previously supported. 600M (RDNA2) is not currently supported. Along with Radeon Supersolution (RSR), gamers get the option to enable upscaling and framerate creation. This should work in all DirectX11 and DirectX12 games.
Of course, AMD realizes that it has a huge advantage over Nvidia, as this solution works in “all” games, while DLSS 3 + Frame Generation has to be implemented separately in games and only works with RTX 40 GPUs.
By the way, NVIDIA has an upscaling technology called NIS (NVIDIA Image Scaling), but it is a simple spatial upscaling tool without AI technology. If NVIDIA launches a competitor to the RSR, AMD will still be two steps ahead of Nvidia with the release of AFMF.