Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.11.1 driver is out now and it brings optimizations for Call of Duty: WWII. Running the game at 1440p the AMD RX Vega 64 performs 5% better in Call of Duty: WWII as compared to the previous drivers.
We also see a bit of love for the little brother, the AMD RX Vega 56 which now supports AMD XConnect technology. This will allow you to place AMD Vega graphics cards in external GPU enclosures and plug them into your laptop. You will need a Thunderbolt 3 connection in order to do so. This option is available for Nvidia graphics cards and now you can do the same with AMD Vega as well.
You can also click here to check out how well the AMD Vega 56 competes against the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti. The Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.11.1 driver also brings a couple of fixes that will make your experience better and they are as follows:
- Radeon Software may intermittently cause an application crash on limited numbers of DirectX 11 or OpenGL applications on their first run.
- Some gaming or productivity applications may experience a random hang or application crash when performing task switching.
- Radeon WattMan reset and restore factory default options may not reset graphics or memory clocks.
- Oculus Dash may experience a random application hang.
- Bezel compensation in mixed mode Eyefinity cannot be applied.
- Radeon Settings may experience overlapping text or corruption in the Multi GPU profiles page.
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands may experience minor corruption with Anisotropic Filtering (AF) enabled.
- Middle-earth: Shadow of War may experience ghosting or distortion in gameplay on Multi GPU enabled system configurations.
- AMD XConnect Technology products may not be detected/enabled on reconnection if previously disconnected during system sleep
- A limited number of system devices such as printers may be removed during Radeon Software uninstallation.
The AMD RX Vega 64 is unavailable on the market right now and if you can find one there is a high chance that it will be priced above the MSRP. If you were lucky and got one then let us know how well the card performs when running Call of Duty: WWII.
You can click here in order to download the new drivers. Let us know what you think about Call of Duty: WWII and whether or not you will be playing it using the AMD RX Vega 64.