Greetings, fellow AMD-loving gerbils. Those of you who have been busy murdering, sneaking, or hacking your way through future Prague in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will be happy to hear that AMD's readied up new Radeon drivers with support for the game's upcoming DirectX 12 version (which, ahem, should have been out already.)
Version 16.9.1 of AMD's Radeon Software also brings support for CrossFire in the DirectX 11 mode of DotA 2. As usual, there's also a bevy of bug fixes. Flickering issues with 144Hz non-FreeSync displays have been resolved, as well as flickering on the desktop after playing FreeSync-enabled games. Users of RX 400-series graphics cards will no longer see high GPU usage after waking up their PCs, too.
AMD also sorted out issues with a handful of titles, including GTA V, Doom, Dirt Rally, the SteamVR benchmark, and Total War: Warhammer in CrossFire mode. Grab the updated driver release right here.
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