AMD Radeon Software Edition 16.4.1 Driver Now Out, Optimized For Quantum Break

AMD has released a new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the AMD Radeon Software Edition 16.4.1 improves performance by up to 35% in Quantum Break on Radeon R9 Fury X than with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2.

You can download the AMD Radeon Software Edition 16.4.1 driver from here.

And here are the release notes for this brand new driver:

Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.4.1 Highlights

Support for:

    • Quantum Break
      • Up to 35% faster performance using Quantum Break on Radeon R9 Fury X than with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2
    • Oculus Rift
    • HTC Vive

Resolved Issues

    • Frame rate capping issues experienced in some DirectX12 applications is resolved.
    • Hitman may experience flickering when played in DirectX 11 mode using high game shadow settings.

Known Issues

    • A few game titles may fail to launch or crash if the AMD Gaming Evolved overlay is enabled. A temporary workaround is to disable the AMD Gaming Evolved “In Game Overlay”
    • Need For Speed may experience poor scaling or flickering in AMD Crossfire mode. As a work around users can disable the profile through the Radeon Settings game manager.
    • The Division may experience flickering in AMD Crossfire mode.
    • Power efficiency toggle in Radeon Settings is showing up for some unsupported products.
    • XCOM2 users may experience an application crash when using AMD Crossfire mode. As a work around please disable AMD Crossfire for the games profile in the Radeon Settings Gaming tab.
    • Some DX9 applications cannot disable AMD Crossfire mode through Radeon Settings.
    • A small subset of AMD Radeon R9 380 users may be experiencing slower than expected fan speeds. A work around is to raise your fan speeds through AMD Overdrive in Radeon Settings manually to a desired amount.
    • HDMI Scaling options may not be available in Radeon Settings on some system configurations.

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