Since AMD launched its Navi graphics cards almost two months ago, we’ve reviewed a couple of partner cards from Sapphire – namely their Pulse and Nitro+ models. While we focused almost exclusively on the hardware for those reviews, Sapphire has also created an interesting tool on the software side of things, which it calls TriXX Boost. In a nutshell, this lets you lower your resolution scale to increase frame rates while gaming, but offsets the lower image quality by enabling Radeon Image Sharpening.
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