Amd Releases Radeon Adrenalin 22.1.1 Driver: Support For God Of War And Monster Hunter Rise

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It is not only NVIDIA that releases new Game Ready drivers to ensure the best possible performance for its entire catalog of video cards, desktops and Mobility. Even rival AMD has released new Radeon Adrenalin drivers with important news, including support for God of War and Monster Hunter Rise!

Looking at the official changelog provided by the US producer we find among the first items, precisely, the support for the two titles mentioned. In the specific case of God of War, we mention the increase in performance up to 7% in 4K Ultra in the case of the following three video cards, compared to the previous drivers: Radeon RX 6900 XT 16 GB, RX 7800 X

Adrenalin drivers 22.1.1 solve four specific problems: high clock in idle when using multiple monitors with different vertical intervals; loading the Power Tuning component of an optimization profile; graphic problems while playing Halo Infinite AMD technicians are already aware of other important problems: black screen when activated by Enhanced Sync, display of incorrect GPU performance values, and prolonged loading on Borderlands 3 with DirectX 12 and Radeon Boost

The owners of AMD Radeon graphics cards from the RX 400 series to the latest RX 6000 are therefore invited to proceed with the download of the drivers, especially if they intend to play God of War or Monster Hunter Rise.

In the meantime, you can read our brief review of what changes with Radeon Super Resolution technology.

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