AMD rolled out the first Radeon Software Adrenalin software update of the year right after the NVIDIA Game Ready 511.17 driver was released. Release 22. 1.1 comes with optimizations and performance boosts for “Monster Hunter Rise” and “God of War”.
With the current version, various types of RX 6000 series display cards have been made in God of War 4K Ultra settings and performance increases of up to 7% have been achieved. The Reds also solved four different problems.
First, a bug that caused the memory clock to appear blank on systems with multiple high-resolution monitors seems to have been fixed. Also fixed a problem that caused Power Tuning profiles to not load correctly after Radeon driver update.
Let’s note that the adrenaline 22. 1.1 driver is not WHQL signed. You can visit the official website to download AMD’s new driver or update using Radeon Software.
- Monster Hunter Rise
- God of War
- Fixed an issue that caused users to see memory clock values as empty when multiple monitors with high screen bandwidth and vertical spacing were connected to the system.
- Resolved an issue where saved Power Tuning tuning profiles were not loaded correctly when a user imported a previously saved tuning profile after upgrading to the latest Radeon driver.
- Visual distortion when playing Halo Infinite.
- Flickering when playing Fortnite on Radeon display cards using DirectX 12 with Radeon Boost enabled.