AMD releases drivers and fine-tunes RX 6000 graphics for Dead Space and Forspoken
AMD is doing a good job on the whole hardware side, bringing us new Ryzen processors and new Radeon graphics like the RX 7000 that first came out for desktops last year and more recently for laptops.
However to software level this 2023 had not started on the right foot at least for gamers using the older generation models of their Radeon GPUs, the RX 6000 series of which we have analyzed some quite interesting models here at Vandal, especially for the medium and entry-level ranges.
And it is that until now the players who used these graphics had found that they had not had new drivers to set them up facing the new releases of PC, something that since AMD have fixed this week with the AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition 23.2.1 which adds support for some of the most prominent PC releases from last January such as Dead Space Remake and Forspokenimproving the performance of these graphics in both video games and also in other titles that were already present on the market.
Also thanks to these new controllers also some features that until now were exclusive to the RX 7900 Series are released in the Radeon RX 6000 Series as optimization for streaming with the H.264 and H.265 codecs and improvements in connectivity for products that support AMD Link to play via streaming using our PC.
The Ryzen 7000X3D processor already has a price and release date
AMD was also a protagonist in the current world of gaming PCs a few days ago as it announced the prices of its new Ryzen 7000X3D gaming processors that will arrive from February 28, although the cheapest model will be released on April 6 at starting at $449.