AMD will deliver more info about RDNA 2 ray tracing and AI supersampling before launch

Posted on Sunday, Nov 01 2020 @ 21:03 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Last week AMD introduced its Radeon RX 6000 series. Based on the numbers provided by the firm, the performance of Big Navi appears to be higher than what many people expected. However, details about ray tracing were pretty slim. AMD said its RDNA 2-based cards are ray tracing ready but didn't really share details about performance.

Over on Twitter, AMD chief gaming architect Frank Azor confirmed that more details about ray tracing and the firm's rival to NVIDIA's DLSS technology will be revealed soon. Azor promised AMD will provide an update before the cards ship (November 18th).

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