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AMD Releases Radeon Software Adrenalin 20.9.2 Drivers

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Folding@Home Staff
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AMD late Tuesday released the latest version of Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition. Version 20.9.2 beta introduces optimization for "Star Wars: Squadrons," adds three new Vulkan API extensions, and introduces a number of fixes. To begin with, 20.9.2 adds support for VK_KHR_buffer_device_address, VK_EXT_robustness2, and VK_EXT_shader_image_atomic_int64, adding to the API feature-set supported by AMD GPUs. Certain games exhibiting intermittent stuttering with RX 5000 series GPUs has been fixed. Radeon FreeSync failing to enable after driver updates without system reboot has been fixed. "X-Plane 11" experiencing crashes when played with its Vulkan renderer has been fixed. "DOOM VFR" artefacting with RX 5000 series GPUs has been fixed. Performance metrics overlay failing to enabled after the system waking up from sleep, has been fixed.


"Call of Duty: WWII" black textures bug in the zombies mode has been fixed. Blocky display corruption in "Detroit: Become Human" has been fixed. Green video corruption when using the Windows 10 Movies & TV app to edit videos has been fixed. A bug with the VRAM performance metrics incorrectly displaying has been fixed. Windows desktop flickering with HDR enabled, has been fixed. "World of Warcraft" experiencing display corruption with AA enabled, with the DirectX 12 renderer, has been fixed. Grab the driver from the link below.




It's nice to see the Known Issues down to only 4 issues, been a while since I remember seeing it that small.  It seems like the AMD driver team has finally found their stride and I'm hoping they stick with the current setup till they are stable.  The move from Catalyst to Crimson seemed really abrupt and from Crimson to Adrenalin seemed to be a weird rebranding and UI change with no real benefit.  Not it seems like the focus has actually been on the driver itself which is great.

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