AMD today released Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.1 drivers. Released for Windows 10 and Windows 7, these beta drivers add optimization for “Middle Earth: Shadow of War,” and “Evil Within 2.” The optimization includes Radeon Chill profiles, which tell the GPU exactly when to downclock, for the best thermals and power-usage, without sacrificing performance. The drivers also fix bezel-compensation application on mixed-mode Eyefinity setups, and rare flickering issues noticed with “DiRT 4” on certain multi-GPU setups. Grab the drivers from the links below.
Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.1 Highlights …
- Evil Within 2: Radeon Chill profile added
- Middle Earth: Shadow of War: Radeon Chill profile added
- Bezel compensation in mixed mode Eyefinity cannot be applied.
- DiRT 4 may experience flickering tire graphics during gameplay or under certain terrain conditions when using Multi GPU enabled system configurations.
- On Windows7 when using Radeon RX Vega series graphics in Multi GPU system configurations, users may experience a system hang or crash when upgrading their installation of Radeon Software. A work around is to do a clean install of Radeon Software.
- Corruption may be experienced in Forza Motorsport 7 on some HDR displays with HDR enabled in game.
- Unstable Radeon WattMan profiles may not be restored to default after a system hang. A workaround is to launch Radeon WattMan after reboot and restore settings to default.
- Wattman may fail to apply user adjusted voltage values on certain configurations.
- Radeon Settings may not populate game profiles after Radeon Software’s initial install.
- Overwatch may experience a random or intermittent hang on some system configurations.
- GPU Scaling may fail to work on some DirectX11 applications.
- Secondary displays may show corruption or green screen when the display/system enters sleep or hibernate with content playing.
- When recording with Radeon ReLive on Radeon RX Vega Series graphics products GPU usage and clocks may remain in high states. A workaround is to disable and then re-enable Radeon ReLive.