Digital Foundry: Scorn on Xbox Series X|S - DF Tech Review - Our First Look at FSR 2.0 On Consoles

ToTTenTranz

Gold Member
- DF mentions that FSR 2.0 requires a significant ms time in the rendering pipeline which explains could be why it wasn't in the Series S version
Hum.. I wonder if having the Series S running FSR2 Performance mode with 1440p output (720p internal) wouldn't put on a pretty decent result. The Series S waas supposed to be a 1440p cinsole after all.
Or they could get a "120Hz resolution" mode for the Series S with FSR2 Quality 1440p (1080p internal) but with 40FPS.

In the end, this looks like a very light or at least well optimized game. The Series S should have shined on this title.
 

Cryio

Member
I did some tests last night. Crippled my 5700 XT to 50% TDP (112W) to see what I get:

1080p native: 120 fps
1440p FSR2 Quality: 105 fps (rez is a bit under 1080p)
1440p FSR2 Balanced: 114 fps (rez is a bit under 900p)

FSR2 does have quite a bit of overhead.
 

sncvsrtoip

Member
I did some tests last night. Crippled my 5700 XT to 50% TDP (112W) to see what I get:

1080p native: 120 fps
1440p FSR2 Quality: 105 fps (rez is a bit under 1080p)
1440p FSR2 Balanced: 114 fps (rez is a bit under 900p)

FSR2 does have quite a bit of overhead.
and fps in 1440 native ?
 

thatJohann

Member
I didn't find this game to be visually impressive at all (at least on Series X). But to each their own, glad it's using new tech.
 
I did some tests last night. Crippled my 5700 XT to 50% TDP (112W) to see what I get:

1080p native: 120 fps
1440p FSR2 Quality: 105 fps (rez is a bit under 1080p)
1440p FSR2 Balanced: 114 fps (rez is a bit under 900p)

FSR2 does have quite a bit of overhead.

That's actually pretty reasonable considering 1440p native would probably be 60-70fps I'm guessing. Care to test that?
 
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