FSR vs RSR vs RIS: ROG Ally Performance Improvement

FidelityFX Super Resolution vs Radeon Super Resolution  FSR boosts your framerate with high-quality visuals

The ROG Ally is powered by AMD’s amazing Ryzen Z1 series CPUs, which come with several graphics technologies

specifically focusing on FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), Radeon Super Resolution (RSR), and Radeon Image Sharpening (RIS)

Modern games come with a package of technology called FidelityFX Super Resolution, or FSR, which boosts speed without sacrificing great picture quality

When enabled, the game is rendered at a lesser resolution, such 720p, and each frame is subsequently enlarged to fit the native resolution of your display, like as 1080p on the ROG Ally

Similar to FidelityFX Super Resolution 1, FidelityFX Super Resolution 2 renders the game at a reduced resolution before scaling it up for better performance

As opposed to FSR 1 and FSR 2, FidelityFX Super Resolution FSR 3 is not an upscaler. Rather, it’s a frame-generation technique 

FidelityFX Super Resolution 3 can intelligently produce a new frame while the graphics processor is displaying the next one by analyzing the previous frame and the motion vectors