With a new noise filter, manufacturer AMD wants to offer an alternative to Nvidia’s RTX Broadcast.
Noise can be filtered out with a current CPU or GPU from AMD.
Rumors about a noise filter from AMD were already circulating last week. Now the feature has found its way into the current Adrenalin Edition 22.7.1 driver as “Noise Suppression”. The background noise filter works in a similar way to Nvidia’s RTX Broadcast and is intended to reduce background noise with deep learning algorithms. A separate app like Nvidia’s RTX Broadcast is not necessary for this, instead all settings for this can be found in the Adrenaline interface.
Requirement: AMD CPU or AMD GPU
To be able to use the noise filter, a Ryzen CPU of the 5000 series or newer is required. Alternatively, a Radeon RX graphics card of the 6000 generation can be used for this. The function can be activated in the audio and video section of the Adrenalin software.
More games with VRR
In addition, the current drivers from AMD offer further optimizations for OpenGL. Using “Minecraft” as an example, AMD promises a performance increase of up to 85 percent compared to the old driver. The open-world game “Elden Ring”, the tactical shooter “Valorant” and the horror title “Resident Evil Village” have also received support for Variable Rate Shading (VRR). This should increase performance with improved image quality. Games that have not yet been optimized for AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution upcalation technology should also feel smoother and more detailed on graphics cards from the RX 5000 and RX 6000 series thanks to Radeon Super Resolution.
The current AMD Adrenalin driver, version 22.7.1, is now available for free download on the official website.
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