The test renders a scene from Speed Way (with ray tracing disabled) twice to show the effect that FSR 2 has on performance and image quality.
The first run measures baseline performance by rendering the scene with temporal anti-aliasing (TAA) at the desired output resolution.
The second run renders the scene at a lower resolution, then uses the selected FSR 2 quality mode to upscale frames to the desired output resolution.
The result screen shows you the average frame rate from each run and the difference in performance expressed as a percentage.
You can choose from four different FSR 2 quality modes for this tool. By default, the tool uses the “Quality” mode. You can select from the following modes:
- Ultra Performance
FSR output resolution settings.
You can choose the output resolution for the test. By default, the test uses the 2560 × 1440 output resolution. You can select from the following resolutions:
- 1920 × 1080 (1080p)
- 2560 × 1440 (1440p)
- 3840 × 2160 (4K)
For both parts of the test, the output resolution is scaled (if required) to the Scaled resolution setting on the 3DMark Options screen. By default, this is set to Automatic, which scales the output resolution to the display resolution of your Windows desktop. You can override this setting on the Options screen to test other scenarios based on the resolution and scaling capabilities of your monitor.