AMD hasn’t released a new graphics driver in a few weeks, but the wait is over now that the company’s Adrenalin Edition 22.11.1 driver is available. Although some significant bug patches are also included, the release’s main purpose is to enable compatibility for two titles that are debuting this week.
AMD now offers day-one support for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, which launches on November 18, and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, which launches today. Update to the most recent driver before starting any game for the best possible experience. Unfortunately, no information has been provided regarding the kinds of enhancements that users would experience after updating.
The following list of problems that this driver has resolved is good news for RX 6000 series customers that use multiple monitors:
- RadeonTM RX 6000 series GPUs might not have all of the World of Warships prediction lines available.
- When pressing the shift + back key, a beep can be heard if RadeonTM Anti-Lag is turned on.
- MSAA-using OpenGL applications may experience visual deterioration.
- The idle VRAM clock on RadeonTM RX 6000 series GPUs is higher than anticipated.
- EdificiusTM may be lacking some specific items.
The following are the topics AMD is presently addressing:
- On RadeonTM RX 6000 series GPUs when using some 240Hz refresh rate displays or high refresh rate primary display with low refresh rate secondary display combinations, an intermittent driver timeout or black screen may occur.
- After closing games on some AMD Graphics Products, such as RadeonTM 570, GPU utilisation may remain at 100% in Radeon performance metrics.
- Some AMD Graphics Products, such the RadeonTM RX 6900 XT, may stutter when playing videos utilising hardware acceleration with Firefox.
- On select AMD Graphics Products, such the RadeonTM RX 6700 XT, switching between the video and game windows may cause a momentary display corruption.
You may now download the AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition 22.11.1 driver via the direct link found on the official release notes page. The Radeon Settings software for Windows can also be used to initiate an upgrade by those interested. The driver is once again located in the app’s Optional section.