Eight days after launching the Crimson 16.3.2, AMD launched its new Radeon Edition 16.4.1 Software Crimson Hotfix, which improves the support of the Oculus Rift under the SDK v1.3, the new drivers now also support the HTC Vive and the Crossfire profile of Hitman is updated.

AMD Radeon Edition 16.4.1 Software Crimson Hotfix 


Close by proceeding with support for both the Oculus Rift and HTC Viva, we have now been given game ready driver support for the launch of the new title Quantum Break. With AMD Claiming up to 35% performance improvement on a Radeon R9 Fury X in comparison with Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2. AMD additionally clarifies in the footnotes of this drivers release note that they tried it on Windows 10 running with an Intel i7-5960X with 16GB of RAM and UHD 4k resolution of 3840×2160.

Behind the main improvements, new drivers solved the up-scaling problem in Counter Strike: Global Offensive, also solved desktop graphic corruption under Radeon Fury, black screen fixed in Final Fantasy XIV, it resolves the stuttering  in XCOM 2 and now Radeon graphics drivers detect well when there is a new update.

As usual by AMD, they make a list of known problems to be solved in the coming drivers, where we know problem of re-scaling or flickering for Need for Speed, The Division, DOTA, League of Legends or XCOM will be solved with AMD CrossFireX configurations.

You can download the  Radeon Edition 16.4.1 Software Crimson Hotfix from the following link.

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