AMD has released the new AMD (Radeon) Software Adrenalin 22.9.1 graphics driver package. It adds support for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 beta. The company also fixed an issue with the advanced sync feature.
The manufacturer warns that enabling advanced syncing may result in a black screen in certain games and when playing videos on some PC configurations. This bug has been fixed in the new driver.
The manufacturer also lists known issues that will be fixed in future versions of Radeon Software:
- Radeon Super Resolution Upscaling may not work in Nioh 2 with HDR settings.
- Controller interface and Oculus menu display issues on Oculus Quest 2 headsets when using Radeon RX 6800 XT graphics cards.
- GPU usage may get stuck at 100% Radeon performance on some AMD graphics products (e.g. Radeon 570) after closing games;
- when previewing the timeline in VEGAS Pro, some colors may appear inverted;
- Screen flickering during video playback and gameplay on Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards;
- Setting V-Sync to “Always On” on Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards may result in system crashes or a driver timeout error.
- Systems with RX 6000 graphics cards may experience a frame drop issue when playing videos with hardware acceleration in web browsers.
You can download the AMD (Radeon) Software Adrenalin 22.9.1 graphics driver from the company’s official website or through the Radeon graphics management application.