AMD Radeon 19.6.3 GPU driver released with F1 2019 optimisation
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AMD has pushed out a new Radeon graphics card driver just in time for F1 2019’s launch day. The AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.6.3 GPU driver provides official support for Codemasters’ F1 2019 as its headline feature, as well as the usual array of fixes.
It’s the official support for F1 2019 that’ll be important for most though. If you’re an AMD Radeon owner planning on picking up F1 2019 this week then this latest graphics card driver should provide some last-minute performance optimisations for more stable frame rates. If you want the best performance in F1 2019, this is the driver you’ll need. We’ll be sure to get you a performance breakdown on F1 2019 shortly.
The fixed issues are all pretty minor, to be honest, so it’s not a huge necessity to upgrade to this latest 19.6.3 graphics card driver unless you’ve picked up F1 2019 on PC. As ever, do keep an eye on the known issues just in case there’s something that may affect you.
AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.6.3 Fixed Issues
YouTube login for Radeon ReLive may fail to connect your account. A system hang may occur when performing overclocking or underclocking GPU memory in three display Eyefinity configurations. Radeon ReLive and Radeon Overlay may fail to function correctly after beginning a recording with Radeon ReLive. Region recording in Radeon ReLive may record black frames when an application playing video in the region has been minimized and then maximized. Hyper-V enabled systems may fail to boot after driver installation. Radeon ReLive VR fails to install on Radeon RX 570 series graphics products.
AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.6.3 Known Issues
Radeon Overlay may fail to enable when playing DOTA 2 in fullscreen mode. Radeon ReLive streaming and uploading of videos and other content to Facebook is currently unavailable. ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 may experience discrete GPU connection issues with devices disappearing from device manager when the system is idle. Performance Metrics Overlay and Radeon WattMan gauges may experience inaccurate fluctuating readings on AMD Radeon VII. ACER Swift 3 with AMD Ryzen Processor may experience system instability when upgrading to Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.6.3 using the Custom Clean Installation option. Graphics driver may not uninstall correctly when using the express uninstall option on some Ryzen APUs.
As per usual the latest AMD Radeon driver can be download through your current Adrenalin installation, or you can download it manually from over here.