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The new AMD Radeon 19.9.3 GPU driver is set to Ghost Recon Breakpoint

The new AMD 19.9.3 GPU driver is set to Ghost Recon Breakpoint
The new AMD 19.9.3 GPU driver is set to Ghost Recon Breakpoint

AMD gives Radeon graphics card owners a new driver package for 19.9.3 GPUs. Code optimized for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon breakpoint is available this Friday.

Now AMD and Nvidia have optimized drivers for their respective target groups in Radeon and GeForce. AMD defeated Nvidia yesterday by releasing its driver 19.9.3, I just saw it today.

However, Radeon GPU owners can make updates if desired. AMD lists version 19.9.3 as an “optional” update. Not a ton beyond optimizing Ghost Recon Breakpoint, although there are a few additional points that are worth mentioning.

On the one hand, AMD Radeon Image Sharpening is supported for many cards, especially for Radeon VII, Vega 64, Vega 56 and Vega Frontier Edition. AMD describes this as an “intelligent contrast sharpening algorithm” that displays clearer and more detailed images without disrupting performance.

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This feature was first introduced on the Navi chart in July and was recently ported to several Polaris models.

RIS itself is an interesting way to improve AMD FidelityFX in games that don’t support this feature. However, this can also work with GPU scaling to display games at lower resolutions and then increase them to higher resolutions such as 4K. This is a cost-effective way to do DLSS without all the machine intelligence training needed to avoid nicknames. As with scaling solutions, the results are not identical to the original rendering, but their performance is clearly higher than the original 4K.

Another emphasis is that the driver 19.9.3 prevents some bugs. Release notes mention two:

• Sekiro: Shadows The Twice can damage the texture in the next part of the game.

• Disputes can test applications installed on the Radeon RX 5700 graphics product when HW acceleration is activated.

We have also noticed that new drivers fix problems that prevent non-native games from filling the screen.

Follow this link for the latest AMD GPU drivers. See our guide to updating drivers for best practice tips. Source