AMD HYPRRX is a new Radeon graphics driver feature that will be included in it in the first quarter of 2023. The technology was presented by AMD as part of the Radeon RX7900 series graphics accelerators. Today, AMD decided to speak more about the technology.
AMD HYPRRX allows you to improve performance and reduce latency by activating Radeon Boost, Radeon Super Resolution and Radeon Anti Lag technologies. Each of these technologies are available as part of Radeon’s graphics driver. They are also supported by many different models of graphics cards. The Radeon Software will include HYPR-RX in the Graphics tab. This tab will allow users to configure the activation of specific features. Users will be able choose which features are most suitable for their particular game.
Radeon Anti-Lag was designed to reduce system latencies. Radeon Boost allows support for dynamic resolution scale, while Radeon Super Resolution is capable of spatial image scaling. This improves the game’s performance.
RSR may not be the best option in every case. FSR 2.0 scaling technology may be more suitable for some games (if the game supports it). FSR 2.0 scales with less image quality degradation. RSR is based upon FSR 1.0 algorithms. However, RSR works at the driver level and eliminates the need for making manual adjustments to game settings. AMD HYPRX-RX, on the other hand, is more flexible and will be used by many games immediately.
AMD cited Dying Light 2 as an example of how HYPRX works. This feature increased the framerate from 90 to 166 which is a 85% increase in performance. This was tested on a Ryzen 9 7900X processor with DDR5-5200 RAM and 1080p in-game resolution. The output resolution of the game was increased to 1440p thanks to the RSR technology found in the HYPRRX. The delay time for the game has also been decreased from 30 to eleven milliseconds.