Drivers AMD Radeon Adrenalin 19.3.1: support for Devil May Cry 5.
AMD Radeon just released their new drivers AMD Radeon Adrenalin 19.3.1. These new drivers for the company’s graphics cards are the first that the company launches for this month of March 2019, and are mainly focused on supporting the new Devil May Cry 5 game, which will be officially launched in a few days for PC. Which does not mean that AMD Radeon has also dedicated itself to correcting some of the bugs that were present in previous versions of these drivers.
The new Devil May Cry 5 game will be officially launched on March 8, 2019. Precisely for this reason, both AMD Radeon and NVIDIA have released new versions of their drivers, which give their graphics cards greater compatibility and performance. with this new game. This 5th installment of the Devil May Cry saga is gathering the most favorable reviews from the specialized video game press, with which it is quite probable that it will once again become a sales success. As has happened with previous installments.
Thus, the new AMD Radeon Adrenalin 19.3.1 drivers now achieve up to 4% extra performance compared to the versions of these drivers where support for this new game was not implemented.
Fixed bugs in AMD Radeon Adrenalin 19.3.1 drivers
As in each new edition of its drivers, AMD Radeon usually takes the opportunity to correct bugs that were present in previous versions of the same, and that had not been able to be corrected efficiently.
- Changes made using Radeon WattMan on the AMD Radeon VII graphics card are now always saved. Before they could be saved or not, randomly.
- Mouse lag or sudden drops in system performance no longer occur when using two monitors connected to the graphics card, and one of them is kept turned off.
- The Acer KG251 monitor no longer displays a black screen when connected using the DisplayPort and the vertical refresh rate is changed to 240Hz.
- Video playback no longer turns green or experiences image corruption when moving the video playback application from a regular screen to HDR.
Unresolved issues in AMD Radeon Adrenalin 19.3.1 drivers
Unfortunately, there are still problems in the new drivers that have been carried over from previous versions, and they still haven’t been fixed.
- The Rainbow Six Siege game may intermittently experience screen flickering or corruption of the rendered image.
- The mouse pointer may disappear or go off the edge of the screen at the top when it is a laptop equipped with an AMD Ryzen Mobile processor.
- Modifying the VRAM clock parameters of the AMD Radeon VII graphics card, can result in these parameters being locked at 800 MHz, if using Radeon WattMan.
- Some changes to Radeon WattMan, when made via the Radeon Overlay, may not save correctly when the user closes the application.
- Radeon WattMan values and needles can be inaccurate or fluctuate wildly when using an AMD Radeon VII graphics card.
You can download the new AMD Radeon drivers from the following links:
- Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 19.3.1 for Windows 10 x64
- Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 19.3.1 for Windows 7 x64
As usual, we recommend that you uninstall the AMD Radeon driver before installing the new driver for your graphics card.