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Old Jun 22, 2021, 12:21 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Falck View Post
I get this when I choose Fury X in driverpage:



Too bad, I still have a Fury X in operation... Would be lovely if it would get FSR support, that would greatly expand it's lifecycle. Oh, I think I just answered the question.................

So the cards that are recieving new driver are from 400 series and upwards. Was there something i missed between 300 and 400 that makes the 400 vastly different from 200/300 series (and Fury for that matters)? Aren't the capabilities the same, it's just a little "fine tuning" for higher clock speeds?
On the upside... while we may not have support driver side, it may work game-side regardless. As remember, the GeForce's don't have support driver side, so I'll have to give it a try once I own a game with FSR.
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