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    AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.1 Hotfix Driver Released


    Brian

    AMD has just released Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.1 Hotfix Driver that includes a lot of resolved issues for games like Fallout 4, Elite Dangerous, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Star Wars: Battlefront, Just Cause 3, Assassins Creed Syndicate and DiRT Rally. 

     

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    The AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.1 Hotfix Driver can be downloaded from the following link:

     

    Release notes with resolved and known issues:

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    Resolved Issues

    • [82645] Fallout 4 – The compass flickers during gameplay on AMD Radeon™ R9 290 and AMD Radeon™ R9 295X2
    • [84118]/[59475] Elite: Dangerous - Poor performance may be experienced in Supercruise mode under Windows® 10
    • [82887] The driver installer appears to hang at various stages of the install process
    • [84116] Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – random frame freezes may be observed during gameplay
    • [84112] Frame Rate Target Control (FRTC) setting do not apply consistently to all games. In order for FRTC to function properly, Vertical Refresh/VSync must be turned off
    • [58978] DiRT Rally – A crash may occur when starting a new race with AMD Crossfire™ and AMD FreeSync™ enabled
    • [83370] The AMD Gaming Evolved overlay may cause a black screen, or introduce game stutter
    • [82497] Assassins Creed Syndicate - Using "Very High" graphics settings in 3x1 Eyefinity mode may cause displays to switch off
    • [82093] Star Wars™: Battlefront - Some flickering may be experienced in shaded areas of the screen while game levels are loading
    • [82788] Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 - Frame freezing during gameplay may be experienced
    • [82794] Just Cause 3 - The system may hang when task switching on systems with AMD CPUs and GPUs
    • [82777] Just Cause 3 - Application profile setting added for laptops with Switchable Graphics
    • [82779] Fallout 4 - Gameplay may be choppy in AMD FreeSync™ mode in Ultra mode at 1440p resolution
    • [82895] Fallout 4 - Brightness flickering observed with AMD FreeSync™ enabled on certain displays
    • [80254] cnext.exe intermittently crashes during Windows® shutdown
    • [81809] A crash may be experienced if an HDMI™ display is a cloned display device on an HP Envy 15 notebook
    • [82485] "Failed to create OpenGL context" error message may appear after installation
    • [82842] "Cannot find RadeonSettings.exe" error message may appear during installation
    • [83277] "AMD Install Manager has stopped working" error message may appear during installation
    • [83484] "Cannot find cncmd.exe" error message may appear during installation
    • [82902] Display may flicker on certain laptops after prolonged gameplay with AMD FreeSync™ enabled
    • [81489] Unable to create 4x1 or 2x1 portrait mode SLS with 4K displays
    • [82042] Video corruption may appear in Movies & TV app when is VSR enabled and scaling mode is set to "Full panel"
    • [82492] Portrait Eyefinity mode may not be configured correctly using Radeon Additional Settings
    • [82695] No display on certain laptops when toggling display mode or connecting an HDMI™ display
    • [82900]/[81859] Flickering may be experienced on some monitors when AMD FreeSync™ is enabled
    • [80064] Notifications reverting back to English on non-English systems after reboot
    • [82490] Misaligned UI may be observed on the Bezel Compensation screen
    • [81777] Launching a game from the Game Manager may launch on a single display after enabling and disabling AMD CrossFire™ in a 3x1 AMD Eyefinity™ setup
    • [81856] Marginally increased power consumption may be observed during video playback

     

    Known Issues

    • [79428] StarCraft II: Flickering may be observed in the 'Episode 3' campaign
    • [80836]/[59701] Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 - Flickering or poor performance may be experienced when running in AMD Crossfire™ mode
    • [81736] Call of Duty Online - The game may crash if the Print Screen key is pressed on a 4K monitor
    • [81448]/[77961] A system restart may be experience when waking the system from sleep mode on some systems with Intel processors
    • [81651] Star Wars™: Battlefront - Texture corruption may be experienced if the game "Field of View" setting is > 100
    • [82213] Star Wars™: Battlefront - Some users may experience minor flickering or corruption at different game location or while viewing the in-game cinematics
    • [81915] Assassin's Creed Syndicate - Building textures may be missing on some AMD Freesync™ displays with VSync enabled
    • [82387] Assassin's Creed Syndicate - The game may crash if the Gaming Evolved "In Game Overlay" is enabled. A temporary workaround is to disable the AMD Gaming Evolved "In Game Overlay"
    • [82789] Total War™: Rome II - Choppy gameplay may be experienced
    • [84509] Gaming Evolved client does not initiate when launching Metro Last Light if AMD CrossFire™ is enabled
    • [84434] Far Cry 4 – A crash may occur after performing (ALT + Enter) to switch between windowed/full screen modes with the AMD Gaming Evolved "Video Capture" feature turned on
    • [82499] Talos Principle - A crash may occur while changing Gaming Evolved Video settings or pressing ALT + Enter when "In Game Overlay" is enabled
    • [84591] Mad Max – Low FPS performance may be experienced in game when AMD FreeSync™ and AMD CrossFire™ are enabled
    • [84428] Battlefield Hardline – A crash may occur when changing graphics settings from "Ultra" to "High" during gameplay
    • [83839] Some games may experience brightness flickering with AMD FreeSync™ enabled
    • [83833] Radeon Settings - AMD OverDrive™ clock gauge needles for the secondary GPU may be in wrong position when the system is idle and the secondary GPU is inactive
    • [83832] Radeon Settings – AMD OverDrive™ Power setting changes on the secondary GPU are not immediately displayed.  This is seen only on dual GPU graphics cards, such as the AMD Radeon™ HD 7990 and Radeon R9 295x2
    • [83287] Game stuttering may be experienced when running two AMD Radeon™ R9 295X2 graphics cards in AMD CrossFire™ mode
    • [82892] Display corruption may occur on multiple display systems when it has been running idle for some time
    • [83031] Star Wars™: Battlefront – Corrupted ground textures may be observed in the Survival of Hoth mission
    • [82824] Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – Flickering may be observed is task switching is used during gameplay
    • [81915] Assassin's Creed Syndicate – Building textures are missing and game objects stutter if VSync is enabled in Quad AMD Crossfire configurations

     

     

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