Folks who bought into AMD's promise of 1080 performance with a pair of RX 480s will be pleased to know that their dual-GPU desktop can now shine in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Battlefield 1's open beta. These new games are both extremely demanding, although they have the visuals to justify their hardware-mulching intensity.
There's little else to distinguish this driver release aside from those two Crossfire profiles. AMD did fix an issue intermittently causing "random blank or colored screens" while gaming on RX 480s, which sounds like a good issue to have fixed. If you've got a pair of Radeons and you're hankering for some bleeding-edge gaming, grab the new release from AMD's download page.
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