AMD has now brought us their latest card in the Radeon RX 480. With new cards comes new drivers. We are also getting fixes and a list of new features moved into Radeon Settings. So let’s get into what this release contains. To cover the resolved issues first, we can see that the RTG tackled flickering and stuttering issues found with Crossfire enabled in several games. Fixes are found for Hitman, Heroes of the Storm, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Star Wars Battlefront. With Elite Dangerous we are seeing a fix for minor stuttering issues in Crossfire. Unfortunately, the flickering in Crossfire remains for Need for Speed with some light sources in game. Along with the appreciated fixes, we get the necessary support for the...
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