A new AMD driver, Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.1, is now available, offering support for the upcoming Resident Evil 7.
AMD popped out their latest Crimson driver set, 16.11.5, just in time for the UK launch of Watch Dogs 2 on PC. That’s pretty much … Read moreAMD Crimson 16.11.5 drivers released for Watch Dogs 2
Okay AMD, I know you endured a lot of jokes about being slow with drivers, but two Crimson releases in 24 hours is a bit excessive.
We live in a time of plentiful AMD drivers, and today’s Crimson suite bumps the release version up to 16.11.1. Just in time for CoD.
There’s a new AMD driver release in town, taking Crimson to 16.10.1 and adding support for Mafia 3 and Gears of War 4.
It’s unlikely to solve all of No Man’s Sky’s issues, but AMD’s latest 16.8.2 Crimson driver has support for the game.
The latest round of AMD Crimson drivers (16.8.1) fixes some lingering 480 problems and adds support for the new 470 and 460.
With this driver, the RX480 will draw less power from the PCIe bus. Also features general game fixes for other AMD GPUs.
If you plan to play the Forza 6: Apex beta and own an AMD card, it might be wise to upgrade to these new drivers.
Sounds like it’ll be worth upgrading to this new Crimson driver if you plan to play Quantum Break on AMD hardware.
The promised Rise of the Tomb Raider-focused drivers are now available for AMD cards.