This past Thursday, AMD released Radeon Software 17.9.2, AMD’s most recent graphics card driver that unlocks 2-way multi-GPU support in the company’s newly released Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. Good stuff. HOWEVER, not great for hardcore gaming PC builders.
It’s that time again, folks. Yet another version of AMD’s Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition driver has been made available to the public.
Now that AMD has graced us with their latest video card in the form of the Radeon RX 480, there’d be an expectation of some new drivers, right? Well, here they are, along with some fixes and a list of new features moved into Radeon Settings. So, let’s hop to it and see what’s in …
Here we go again with AMD’s latest driver update, Radeon Sofware Crimson Edition 16.6.1. This brings the driver version to 16.20.1025. With the changes that come along with the update we will see some of the usual fixes, additional game support, and a crossfire profile.
When AMD unleashes some new hardware (aka the Radeon HD 7990), it is pretty much expected that they’ll follow along with a new driver release shortly thereafter. With that being said, the folks at AMD have released their latest Catalyst 13.4 WHQL drivers for the Radeon GPUs and IGPs. The driver adds support for the …
I’ve been a bit curious lately as to what kind of response AMD would give to the launch of Nvidia’s newest Kepler-based video card, the GTX 660 Ti. Well, we all certainly didn’t have to wait too long for the folks over at Team AMD to get an answer out. AMD is slashing their prices …
Well folks, AMD has finally gotten around to releasing a new WHQL-certified driver, the Catalyst 12.6 WHQL driver set. On an interesting note, not only did AMD release these new certified drivers, but they have also released a beta for the Catalyst 12.7 driver, as well. The Catalyst 12.6 WHQL sports a bunch of stability …
With all the various reviews on the soft-launched Radeon HD 7970 available out there, it goes without saying that the hardware is beastly. But with the $500+ price tag, many people are curious about slightly less high-end models. After all, if you can get 90% of the performance at a much lower price, things can …