When reading AMD and NVIDIA, any PC gamer will immediately think of the rivalry, because both are brands that have been competing since their inception in the industry. Fight to stay with the largest number of users, who live within the graphics card market, offering technologies such as DLSS or Fluid Motion Frames. But what happens when they are mixed? is the desired response of a user, which combines two technologies and achieves a significant improvement in the performance of some games.
An experiment that you should know, in theory you can reproduce, using two different graphics cards, obviously one from AMD and the other from NVIDIA. But what we are developing, it involves an operation that is not as simple as explained by WCCFtech, starting with the need to have a suitable motherboard, where the PCIe ports are arranged so that you can connect the two graphics cards.
As can be read on the Chinese website Quasarzone, this player combines NVIDIA’s DLSS3 software, the first implementation of frame interpolation in gaming PCs, which basically doubles the frames by inserting an image created of artificial intelligence, together with “Fluid Motion Frames” from AMD , with a similar function, since both technologies have the purpose of increasing FPS. But both work completely differently and therefore, for this experiment, a system that supports AMD and NVIDIA software is required.
To solve this, the user says that he made a trick, where the system shows the image on the screen through the AMD graphics card, but the calculations are made by the graphics processor of the NVIDIA graphics card. Their results are different depending on the game, among them Cyberpunk 2077, which runs at 4K resolution and combines both technologies, managed to achieve an increase of 219.9% FPS compared to 100% playing it that is “normal” and it doesn’t exist. help..
However, he said that not all games benefited from the increase, as his tests of Starfield and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart saw performance increases, but image quality took a big hit.