AMD has released a new package of graphics drivers Software Adrenalin Edition 22.4.1 for the operating systems Windows 10 and Windows 11. The new version adds support for the game engine Unreal Engine 5.0, as well as the free CitySample demo scene included in it. In addition, the company fixed several bugs in previous versions of the driver.
List of fixed issues:
- Horizon Zero Dawn may experience visual artifacts on certain Radeon graphics cards such as the Radeon RX 6800 XT.
- When using Radeon Super Resolution scaling technology, the cursor could move in some games, such as Horizon Zero Dawn;
- The Radeon Performance Metrics overlay could move despite being pinned to any part of the desktop.
- 4K resolution mode and 120Hz refresh rate selection may not be available on some FreeSync-enabled monitors and graphics cards such as the Radeon RX 5700 XT.
- GPU usage may get stuck at 100% after closing games when using certain AMD graphics products such as the Radeon RX 570.
- Some Windows 10 users may notice the missing air effect of window transparency.
- Overclocking settings for Ryzen processors may change after resetting or importing a settings profile from the Performance tab – Settings in the Radeon app.
- Using Radeon Super Resolution scaling technology on monitors with a resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels may cause a system crash. As a workaround, AMD recommends setting the display scaling mode to “Full Panel”;
- Enhanced Sync may cause a black screen when enabled in some games and system configurations. Users who may have problems with Enhanced Sync enabled should disable it;
- Radeon performance metrics and logging features can intermittently report very high and incorrect memory clock speeds.
You can download the AMD Software Adrenalin Edition 22.4.1 graphics driver package from AMD official website.