Faced with the imminent launch of Total War: WARHAMMER and Overwatch, the red team brought new drivers to get the best performance in both titles, adding to turn the corresponding support for Crossfire configurations for those who have more than one GPU. Remember that, for now don’t use AMD Gaming Evolved applications or Plays.Tv, as they will cause stuttering.

AMD Radeon Crimson Software 16.5.3 also adds support for the Vulkan API in DOTA 2, which will be soon implemented by Valve.

Interested players can download the new AMD Radeon Crimson 16.5.3 Software by clicking this link.

Below you can see the list of fixed issues in new drivers:

    • Fallout 4™ may experience minor stuttering in AMD Crossfire™ technology mode

    • Radeon Settings may be removed from the system if the Radeon Software installer is launched while Radeon Settings is open.

    • Radeon Settings “Additional Settings” option may intermittently fail to launch.

    • Users in Quad AMD Crossfire technology configurations may be unable to re-enable AMD Crossfire mode when using the global AMD Crossfire option in the “Gaming” tab and toggling it from on to off.

    • Some game textures in The Division™ exhibit flickering in AMD Crossfire™ mode.

    • Intermittent stability issues with Intel Skull Canyon NUC (NUC6i7KYK) using AMD XConnect™ Technology are no longer observed.

    • Safe unplugging for AMD XConnect™ Technology no longer results in a random BSOD.

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