On Tuesday, December 12, AMD refreshed its driver suite for Radeon graphics cards and discrete chips with a shorter name but a longer list of features.
The new suite is compatible with Windows 10 and Windows 7, and is “unofficially supported” on Windows 8.1 via the Windows 7 version.
For instance, Prey performance saw around 19 percent improvement between the first release of Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition released this time last year, and the new Adrenalin Edition.
Overwatch saw a 14 percent improvement in that same period, and Mass Effect: Andromeda experienced a 10 percent improvement.
The company is referring to the time between clicking a mouse button and seeing the resulting action on screen.
Makedon delightfully said this is the third-most-voted feature by users through the Radeon software.