Radeon Software Crimson is here: AMD loads next-gen drivers with killer features
Brad Chacos |
Nov. 25, 2015
With high-bandwidth memory in the bag and cutting-edge processor technology finally appearing on the horizon for graphics cards—all GPUs have been stuck on 28nm since late 2011—AMD’s gearing up for a major fight against Nvidia in 2016.
Now that you’re done reading up on the deep level improvements, don’t forget to check out PCWorld’s visual tour of AMD’s new Radeon Settings hub, complete with talk about per-game overclocking and the companies approach to new drivers going forward.