[SOLVED] Question about AMD Virtual Super Resolution

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As I understand it, if I enable it, VSR renders the frame in... let's say 2160p (4K)... then fits it to my 1080p display supposedly giving me better looking graphics or something. Since 4K is 4 times the pixel area of my 1080p display, does that mean the fps will be only 1/4th of what it would be if I just played at 1080p (no VSR)?
 
It would take the gpu horsepower of 4k.
It's not 1/4th, but it is much less than the 1080p fps.

This feature is intended for say, you have a good pc, but didn't get a good monitor, so it looks better than 1080p, since it's 4 pixels of data per 1 actual pixel, but it's not as sharp as a real 4k monitor.

look up how much fps the gpu you have outputs at 4k, at your selected games, and that is around how much it will actually get.
 
It would take the gpu horsepower of 4k.
It's not 1/4th, but it is much less than the 1080p fps.

This feature is intended for say, you have a good pc, but didn't get a good monitor, so it looks better than 1080p, since it's 4 pixels of data per 1 actual pixel, but it's not as sharp as a real 4k monitor.

look up how much fps the gpu you have outputs at 4k, at your selected games, and that is around how much it will actually get.
 

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