AMD Crimson

AMD’s latest set of Crimson drivers, 16.3.2, have been released today, contained support for the Oculus Rift SDK v1.3. As the previous story indicates, these drivers also seem to have officially confirmed Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture’s release on PC.

Aside from that interesting little piece of information, this new Crimson driver should fix Counter-Strike: GO display scaling issues and desktop screen corruption problems with the Fury series of GPUs.

Here are the highlights:

Support for:

  • Oculus Rift SDK v1.3
  • AMD Radeon Pro Duo

Updated Crossfire Profiles available for:

  • Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
  • Hitman in DirectX 11

Resolved Issues

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fails to stretch on non-native display aspect ratios. As part of the new Display Scaling per game feature, users can set “GPU Scaling” to “On” and “Scaling Mode” to “Full Panel” in the Display options tab in Radeon™ Settings as well as setting “Display Scaling” to “Full Panel” in their CSGO gaming profile under the “Gaming, Profile Options” tabs for this to take effect.
  • AMD Radeon Fury Series may experience corruption on desktop when system is idle for an extended period of time.
  • FFXIV can experience black screen or experience an application hang.
  • XCOM 2 may experience minor stutter while the camera is panning around a scene.
  • Radeon Settings check for software update may not display the latest available driver.
Peter Parrish

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture PC release confirmed by AMD driver notes

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