New AMD Radeon Driver Fixes Several Issues, Gives Performance Boost Of 10%

New AMD Radeon Driver Fixes Several Issues, Gives Performance Boost Of 10%
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The new AMD Radeon driver is fixing some issues. It is also giving the computer unit a boost of up to 10 percent on average.

Known as the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.3, this latest product comes with interesting features. This is packed with several good things that are expected to improve the gaming experience.

Compared to the AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors with Radeon Vega Graphics’ 17.40 launch drivers, this new one is surely an improved version. The eSports titles get a maximum of 17 percent in a performance upgrade.

Another major feature of the new AMD Radeon driver is the performance gains of three percent for Dirt Rally 2.

Apart from these three main highlights, it also fixes some issues, to wit:

  1. The character outlines observed with the characters being stuck on the screen after revival when playing Battlefield V
  2. Elevated fan speeds last longer when the Radeon WattMan’s manual fan curve or Tuning Control Auto Overclock is being used. This is specifically observed in the AMD Radeon VII
  3. When playing for extended hours, a sudden hang or application crash is experienced with ReLive wireless VR
  4. When the Radeon FreeSync is enabled, the players may experience intermittent loss of video

Together with these fixed issues, AMD likewise released an important note about the new Radeon drive.

It must be remembered that there is only one way to retain the functionality of Radeon FreeSync in AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors with Radeon Vega Graphics. And this is by upgrading to the new driver.

In the meantime, Bits and Chips – Eng shared on Twitter that AMD will be giving huge discounts for two products.

Accordingly, the slash in the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) was attributed to the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti.

It was divulged that the latter is selling well at $279 MSRP. As a result, the Radeon RX 590 will be offered for only $229, down from $279, in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, the Radeon RX 580 will be $199, down from $229.

Despite the reported price markdown, someone still appeared unsatisfied.

Responding to the tweet, Matush commented that it would be better if prices will go down further. He suggested that the Radeon RX 590 must be priced at $199 only. Meanwhile, the Radeon RX 580 must not be more expensive than $179.

Keep posted for more updates about the new AMD Radeon driver!