Apr 25, 2017 | Updated: 06:11 AM EDT

AMD Updated RX 580 & RX 570 Video Cards Comes With Latest Drivers

Apr 20, 2017 04:25 AM EDT

For every new hardware launched, comes a new and equally competitive driver. This seems to be a trending equation for tech companies nowadays. Recently, AMD did not swerve from this tech formula as they have announced the availability of a new set of drivers alongside their freshly launched RX 580 and RX 570 video cards.

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According to GameSpot, AMD recently released the 17.4.3 Driver which is the latest version of its Radeon Crimson ReLive software suite. The highlight of this new edition is to serve as a driver support for the recently launched Radeon RX 580 and RX 570 graphic cards. This driver will likewise support the Windows 10 Creators Update functionality.

In addition to this, a report suggests that the predecessor Radeon 17.4.2. A driver has accordingly addressed various issues and raised concerns. These issues include more improved multi-Graphical Processing Unit performance in "Battlefield 1" and have intensified its support for SteamVR as far as asynchronous reprojection is concerned. The previous edition is said to be the first driver to support Game Mode, Beam and HDR which are Windows 10 Creators Update features in the application.

Meanwhile, reports from PC Gamer conveyed some Crimson ReLive 17.4.3 software's issues as indicated in the release notes, as follows: The Radeon WattMan's failure possibility in applying settings on a few Radeon R9 390 series graphics products. Its settings may crash when switching to Windows right after toggling AMD Crossfire technology mode. There might be technical issues with AMD Freesync technology and Borderless Fullscreen mode especially when other applications are simultaneously running on the primary screen or in the background.

Furthermore, Radeon ReLive might also experience system lag when recording and might fail to install on AMD APU Family products. It may also fail to work after task switches of applications have been performed. There might also be conflicts between Radeon ReLive and Xbox DVR; hence, reports suggest that users need to disable the latter if issues persist.


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