AMD Releases Its Latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition Driver

AMD Releases Its Latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition Driver

AMD Releases Its Latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition Driver

AMD Releases Its Latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition Driver

Devil May Cry 5 is one of the most highly-anticipated titles of the franchise. Set to be released by Capcom on March 8, the game is expected to be another critical and commercial hit.

To give players enhanced gaming experience, AMD has rolled out its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition driver.

With the 19.3.1 driver installed, AMD said owners of Radeon RX Vega 64 could enjoy a four percent boost while playing the game. This is in comparison to the performance of graphics cards installed with the 19.2.1 driver. Despite this claim, however, AMD has not come out with performance expectations.

The newest driver does not only optimize the Radeon RX Vega 64 for Devil May 5 but also resolves other concerns. These include problems related to the set-up of multi-monitors or mouse lags. In its recent patch notes, AMD outlined other technical issues it is trying to address through its Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition driver, according to PC Gamer.

  1. Changes to Radeon Wattman settings may not occasionally work for AMD Radeon VII.
  2. A black screen may appear on the ACER KG251Q display if it is connected through the DisplayPort and set at 240HZ.
  3. A system slowdown of mouse lag may occur for long periods if two or several displays are connected while another display is turned off.
  4. Video playback may be corrupted or turn green when the TV and Movies app application is dragged to an HDR enabled display.

In the meantime, AMD is also working to fix a host of other issues related to its Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition driver. This include:

  1. Mouse cursors may move away from the border of the top display of monitors. They may even vanish when using AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors powered by Radeon Vega Graphics.
  2. Intermittent corruption or flickering may be experienced when playing Rainbow Six Siege.
  3. Memory clocks could be intermittently locked at 800Mhz when modifying them using Radeon VII Wattman.
  4. Radeon WattMan gauges and overlays of performance metrics overlay may fluctuate or show inaccurate readings when using AMD Radeon VII.

With the release of its 19.3.1 driver, AMD is adhering to its latest tactic of coming out with drivers that provide support to its array of Accelerated Processing Unit (APU). This is welcome news for APU users who want to get a bigger bang for their buck. The good about these drivers is their compatibility with desktop and mobile APUs, according to Neowin.net.

AMD’s 19.2.1 driver which it released last month can enhance the performance of high-profile games by at least 10 percent.

These games include the Civilization VI, The Witcher 3 and Middle Earth Shadow of War. On the other hand, Fortnite, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and CS: GO players can experience boosts of around 17 percent.

Please keep posted here for more updates on the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition driver.