AMD Fluid Motion Frames frame generation is now available in official video drivers and works in all DX11/DX12 games

AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF), the equivalent of DLSS 3 for NVIDIA graphics cards, has moved out of technical preview status and is now available with the release of Adrenalin Edition 24.1.1 drivers for all AMD Radeon 700M, RX 6000, and RX 7000 desktop and notebook GPU series.

According to the developer, AMD Fluid Motion Frames works with any DX11/DX12 game (no separate game support is required, as in the case of DLLS 3) and provides a frame rate increase of up to 97% in 1080p and up to 103% in 1440p. The technology currently works only in full-screen mode with VSYNC deactivated and automatically turns off in fast-paced scenes (as users have already complained about in responses to Frank Azor’s tweet).

AMD warns that using AFMF can create additional latency and thus is not the best option for fast multiplayer games. The company also recommends using AFMF in conjunction with another technology, AMD Radeon Anti-Lag, which will help reduce latency and maintain the minimum frame rate at 60 fps.