AMD has released Catalyst 15.4 Beta drivers, developed to make the most of the Radeon video cards with the new GTA V, also in CrossFire.
AMD has released Catalyst 15.4 Beta driver for the Radeon video card owners who bought Grand Theft Auto V. In addition to traditional optimizations for owners of a single card, AMD has developed a profile for those over Radeon CrossFire.
The company has created CrossFire profiles for Dying Light, Galactic Civilizations III, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, Mortal Combat X and Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition. In the download page noted, however, Dying Light and Mortal Combat X may exhibit some problems.
In the first case distant objects may show flickering, ie flicker, on configurations with anti-aliasing enabled in CrossFire mode. While waiting for AMD that will solve the problem with Techland, you can temporarily work around the problem by disabling CrossFire.
Secondly AMD does know to be on the side of NetherRealm Studios to solve a problem of flicker that occurs sporadically on some surfaces in Mortal Combat X and CrossFire configuration. Again if the problem were to be too annoying the only solution is to disable the multi-GPU.
The house of Sunnyvale has also updated CrossFire profiles of Battlefield Hardline, Far Cry 4 Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor and Sniper Elite 3. In addition, the company says it has solved some problems including that of “memory leak” experienced by some users with Battlefield 4. Fix for Battlefield Hardline (crash) and Far Cry 4 (stuttering in CrossFire, Screen tearing with V-Sync enabled).
Recall that in recent hours Nvidia has also released new drivers, the GeForce 350.12 WHQL, aimed for the PC edition of GTA V.
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