AMD's DirectX 11 Boosting Driver Tested - Great news for classic PC games on Radeon

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

AMD's DirectX 11 Boosting Driver Tested - Great news for classic PC games on Radeon

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is another example of a recently released DirectX 11 game on PC. It is also an example of a game that has performance issues on PC, suffering from semi-frequent stutters when exploring the game world. These stutters are most prevalent at higher framerates, and AMD's May Preview driver does alleviate these issues somewhat. 1st percentile framerates are higher at 1080p and 1440p, though the game's performance levels are mostly unchanged. 

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12-05-2022, 19:53:01

KingNosser
Well I didn't install this i'll wait for it next month no doubt, but i did install the latest driver and tested out death loop with fsr2 it plays fine idk if better or not thou tbh as it was some time since i played it so looks wise not sure but seemed less grainy than i remembered it.

fps wise it's higher thou and the only odd thing is when you load into game the fps is low then rockets afterwards so it's doing something different.Quote

13-05-2022, 09:36:47

ET3D
Regarding Far Cry 5 you said

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That said, it makes us wonder if performance would chance with a processor like AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D or Intel's latest 12th generation CPU models. Would we see performance gains with AMD's new driver if we were less CPU limited?
The AMD blog post about the performance update says that Far Cry 5 has a 4% improvement, and the driver release notes say that at least the gains mentioned in the release notes are with the 5800X3D, so I'd say that yes, you should expect a small improvement with the 5800X3D.Quote

14-05-2022, 18:18:37

Dicehunter
I'm curious, With Crysis Remastered, What were the graphical settings as it's not mentioned ?Quote
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