AMD has released a new beta version of its Radeon software program Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 Beta Drivers to coincide with the release of the brand new For Honor beta improvement stage and the release of the noticeably anticipated Sniper Elite Four.
According to the provided release notes, the new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.2.1 beta driver includes support for Sniper Elite Four game with up to 5 % improvements measured on Radeon RX 480 as well as support for For Honor game with 4 % enhancements compared to earlier available Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.1.2 driver. Additionally it includes multi-GPU profiles for Sniper Elite Four and For Honor games.
AMD additionally fixed some of issues in model 17.2.1, and right here are the highlights:
- For Honor ought to now not crash when switching to full screen or menu view while playing on multi-GPU configurations.
- A trouble that prompted some Radeon GCN products to experience corruption whilst fast forwarding or seeking thru DXVA H.264 encoded video.
- Some full-screen applications that were causing AMD FreeSync tech to fail to load should no longer do so.
- Counter-Strike: worldwide Offensive have to now not display wrong slider values whilst Radeon Chill is became on.
- DayZ have to now not crash when Radeon ReLive Instant Replay/Recording is active.
- The system info overlay on the video captured using Radeon ReLive should have to now no omit graphics processor information.
- Radeon R9 380 series GPUs should no longer experience having their memory clocks become locked at low states.
- AMD Radeon HD 7900 series GPUs should be capable to disable shadows in Civilization VI with no experiencing shadow corruption.
- Radeon ReLive recording played in fullscreen mode in the Power DVD or Windows Media Player should no longer demonstrate flickering.
Users can now download the latest drivers directly from AMD support pages. While there, users can check out the full list of changes to the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition.