Radeon Anti-Lag In Real Life

Source: TechSpot Radeon Anti-Lag In Real Life

Which Games Benefit And Which Do Not

Navi introduced more than just a new hardware architecture, it also includes two new pieces of software which are Radeon Image Sharpening to compete with NVIDIA’s DLSS and Radeon Anti Lag which reduces input lag.  It is intended to reduce the lag in games where your CPU is working at least one frame ahead of the GPU, which is not a scenario which exists in every game, as TechSpot’s testing demonstrates.

The new feature may not be enough to get you to the top of the CS:Source ladder, but for those gaming at 60 to 90 FPS ,you can now hit a button and shave off maybe 10-15ms in many games.  Check out their full results for more information.

Alongside their new Radeon RX 5700 Navi GPUs, AMD rolled out two new features in the Radeon driver suite. Radeon Image Sharpening which directly targets Nvidia's DLSS, and Radeon Anti-Lag to reduce input lag while gaming. So, how well does the latter work?

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