AMD’s new 19.9.3 driver is ready for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and delivers Radeon Image Sharpening to Vega

AMD's new 19.9.3 driver is ready for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and delivers Radeon Image Sharpening to Vega

AMD’s new 19.9.3 driver is ready for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and delivers Radeon Image Sharpening to Vega

AMD is ready for Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s release with their new Radeon Software 19.9.3 driver, promising to deliver the best day-1 performance within Ubisoft’s latest game release. 

Sadly, this driver’s release notes don’t detail how game performance is impacted, though it is expected to mitigate specific performance dips and to help ensure smooth gameplay. 

On top of the driver’s Ghost Recon optimisations, AMD’s Radeon Software 19.9.3 driver also adds support for Radeon Image Sharpening to the company’s Vega series graphics cards in DirectX 12 and Vulkan titles. Supported GPUs now include AMD’s Radeon VII, RX Vega 56, RX Vega 64 and Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. Before now RDNA/Navi and selected Polaris series graphics cards were supported. At this time it is unknown if extended API support will ever be provided in future drivers.   

  

AMD's new 19.9.3 driver is ready for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and delivers Radeon Image Sharpening to Vega  

Support For

– Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint

– Radeon Image Sharpening

    – Now available on Radeon VII, Radeon RX Vega 64, Radeon RX Vega 56 and Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphics products for DirectX 12 and Vulkan applications.

Fixed Issues

– Sekiro: Shadows Die Twiceâ„¢ may exhibit texture corruption during later parts of the game.
– Discord may experience an application hang on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products when HW acceleration is enabled.

Known Issues

– Toggling HDR may cause system instability during gaming when Radeon ReLive is enabled.
– Display artifacts may be experienced on some 75hz display configurations on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics system configurations.
– Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 may experience stutter on some system configurations.
– Open Broadcasting Softwareâ„¢ may experience frame drops or stutter when using AMF encoding on some system configurations.
– HDMI® overscan and underscan options may be missing from Radeon Settings on AMD Radeon VII system configurations when the primary display is set to 60hz.
– Stutter may be experienced when Radeon FreeSync is enabled on 240hz refresh displays with Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.
– AMD Radeon VII may experience elevated memory clocks at idle or on desktop.

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Radeon Desktop Product Family Compatibility

Radeon RX Navi 5700 Series Radeon VII
Radeon RX Vega Series AMD Radeon Pro Duo
Radeon RX 580/590 AMD Radeon RX 570
Radeon RX 560  AMD RX 550
Radeon RX 400 Series Graphics AMD Radeon R7 300 Series Graphics
AMD Radeon Pro Duo AMD Radeon R7 200 Series Graphics
AMD Radeon R9 Fury Series Graphics AMD Radeon R5 300 Series Graphics
AMD Radeon R9 Nano Series Graphics AMD Radeon R5 200 Series Graphics
AMD Radeon R9 300 Series Graphics AMD Radeon HD 8500 – HD 8900 Series Graphics
AMD Radeon R9 200 Series Graphics AMD Radeon HD 7700 – HD 7900 Series Graphics


Supported APUs

Radeon Desktop Product Family Compatibility

AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors with Vega Graphics AMD Athlon Mobile Processors with Vega Graphics
AMD A-Series and FX Processors with Radeon Graphics AMD Ryzen pro Mobile Processors with Vega Graphics
AMD Athlon Pro Mobile Processors with Vega Graphics AMD A-Series Pro Processors with Radeon Graphics


Full Release notes for this driver can be viewed here

Download Links

– Windows 10 (64-bit)
– Windows 7 (64-bit)

You can join the discussion on AMD’s Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 19.9.3 driver on the OC3D Forums.