AMD Fluid Motion Frames Could Be Coming To The Legion Go Soon

AMD Fluid Motion Frames Could Be Coming To The Legion Go Soon

AMD has officially released AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) support in their recent beta driver update for the Radeon 700M integrated RDNA3 graphics which is what the Legion Go uses for its own custom drivers.

What Is AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF)

AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF) is a frame generation technology in HYPR-RX that provides a frame-rate boost to DirectX® 11 and 12 games.

  • Smoother Gameplay: By doubling the frame rate, AFMF can make games feel much smoother and more responsive, especially in fast-paced action scenes.
  • Reduced Input Lag: AFMF can also help to reduce input lag, which is the delay between when you make an input (e.g., pressing a button) and when it registers in the game. This can make games feel more responsive and give you a competitive advantage.
  • Works with Thousands of Games: Unlike other frame generation technologies that are only compatible with specific games, AFMF works with any DirectX 11 and 12 game.

AMD is bringing some of the frame generation technology found in AMD FidelityFX™ Super Resolution 3 (FSR 3) and putting it into AMD Software Adrenalin Edition for easy access to enable in any of your games.

AMD Fluid Motion Frames adrenalin software

This feature is still in beta so there’s no sign on when it will officially be implemented in the Legion Go drivers but it’s a great sign as this could help boost performance when playing games on the Legion Go.