"Radeon Software Adrenalin 19.5.1" appeared. Support for the next major update of Windows 10 and optimization for "RAGE 2"



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AMD May 13, 2019 North American TimeRadeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.5.1(Nowadays Adrenalina 2019 19.5.1) was released.
The first release in May is the "Wide Choice" version that did not pass Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL), and Microsoft is developing Windows 10 with the aim of a release in late May. Next big update
"Windows Update May 10, 2019It is also an optimized version for "RAGE 2", due to be released on May 14.

If you want to get started right away, you can use the link below.

→ AMD driver download page
https://www.amd.com/en/support
→ The last link page of the 4Gamer driver
https://www.4gamer.net/games/999/G999902/FC20110422001/

The version of the "Display Driver Package" is 19.10.15.01-190509a-342342E-RadeonSoftmerchandiseAdrenalinIt was 2019. The previous version, "Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.4.3" (hereafter Adrenalin 2019 19.4.3), is 18.503109-190415a-341662E-RadeonSoftmerchandiseAdrenalinSince it was 2019, the top of the version number was increased by one, so it can be said to be a major upgrade.
The biggest reason the version number was changed is probably because it supports the Windows Update May 10, 2019. However, AMD claims that it is a more stable version with several other bug fixes.
On the other hand, regarding the optimization for RAGE 2, in the case of the system equipped with "Radeon VII", it is said that the performance improvement of up to 16% on Adrenalin 2019 19.4.3 is achieved.

AMD recommends that players install optional drivers, so if you are using the target GPU or APU, it is not a bad idea to try it after understanding that it is your own responsibility. However, it should be noted that a known flaw in Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1 is that "uploading videos and still images from Radeon ReLive to Facebook is not possible." It may be best for players who are actively using this feature, giving up the introduction of Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1.

● Supported GPU of Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1

  • Radeon VII
  • Radeon RX Vega Series
  • Radeon RX 500 Series 400
  • Radeon Pro Duo
  • Radeon R9 Fury Series
  • Radeon R9 300 200 Series
  • Radeon R7 300 200 Series
  • Radeon R5 300 200 Series
  • Radeon HD 8500 and higher Radeon HD 8000 series
  • Radeon HD 7700 and more Radeon HD 7000 series
  • Radeon R9 M300 / M200 Series
  • Radeon R7 M400 / M300 / M200 Series
  • Radeon R5 M300 / M200 Series
  • Radeon HD 8500M or higher Radeon HD 8000 M series
  • Radeon HD 7700M or higher Radeon HD 7000M series

● APU compatible with Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1

  • Ryzen 2000G series for desktop PC, Athlon 200GE series (64-bit version, Windows 10)
  • Ryzen PRO 2000G desktop series, Athlon PRO 200GE series (64-bit version, Windows 10)
  • Series A APUs with Radeon graphics for desktop PCs (Windows 10 and 7 64-bit)
  • APUs Pro A-Series with Radeon graphics for desktop PC (Windows 64-bit and 10 and 7)
  • Ryzen Mobile Processors for Notebook PC with Radeon Vega Graphics, Athlon Mobile processors with Radeon Vega graphics (Windows 10 64bit)
  • Ryzen PRO mobile processors for notebooks, Radeon Vega graphics, Athlon PRO mobile processors with Radeon Vega graphics (Windows 10 64-bit)
  • FX Series Notebook PC PCs with Radeon Graphics, Series A APs with Radeon Graphics (Windows 10 and 7 64-bit)
  • A-Series PRO APUs with Radeon graphics for notebooks (Windows 10 and 7 64-bit)
  • Sempron APUs with Radeon R3 graphics (Windows 10 and 7 64-bit)
  • APUs E2-3000 series or later E series with Radeon R2 graphics (64-bit version, Windows 10 and 7)
  • APU AMD A4-5000 Series from AMD for Desktop (64-bit version, Windows 10 and 7)
  • APU AMD A4-5000 Series A4 Series Laptop (64-bit version, Windows 10 and 7)
  • APUs E2-3000 series or later E series with Radeon R2 graphics (64-bit version, Windows 10 and 7)

● Components integrated by Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1(※ The comparison objective is Adrenaline 2019 19.4.3)

  • Display Driver Package: 19.10.15.01-190509a-342342E-RadeonSoftmerchandiseAdrenalin2019(← 18.503109-190415a-341662E-RadeonSoftmerchandiseAdrenalin 2019)
  • Radeon Settings: 2010.0509.2042.37257 (← 201.0415.2324.42127)
  • 2D Driver: 8.1.1.1634
  • Direct3D: 9.14.10.01394 (← 9.14.10.01377)
  • OpenGL: 26.20.1000.13558 (← 25.20.15.105.47)
  • OpenCL: No description (← 10.0.2766.5) ※
  • Mantle: No description (← 9.1.10.0295)
  • Mantle API: No Description (← 102400)
  • Audio Driver: 10.0.1.0 (← 10.0.1.7)
  • Driver Vulkan: 2.0.87 (← 2.0.78)
  • Vulkan API: 1.1.106 (← 1.1.101)

※ It looks like the version is on display in "CLINFO.EXE", but details are unknown because they are not displayed in Radeon settings

● Optimization in Adrenalina 2019 19.5.1

  • Optimization for "RAGE 2". Up to 16% performance improvement with Radeon VII-based systems

● New elements in Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1

  • Support for Windows 10 May 2019 Update
  • Addition of instruction trace function corresponding to "Radeon GPU Profiler 1.5.X"

Problems resolved with adrenaline 2019 19.5.1

  • When playing back copyrighted content with the Radeon Overlay performance metric open, the Radeon Overlay may blink intermittently
  • The problem that hangs when you start "DOOM" in the environment using external GPU technology "XConnect"
  • Radeon software installation fails on system with "Radeon HD 7970" or stops at 33%
  • Hot plugging an 8K resolution screen (* specific resolution not shown) into the Radeon RX 500/400 series may cause the system to power off
  • The video profile of Radeon settings may not be applied to video playback on Radeon VII-based systems
  • Problems that the head mount of the HTC VR display "Live" can not be detected in Windows or SteamVR
  • The system may become unstable when the wireless monitor is connected to the ASUS T Notebook PC "ASUS TUF Gaming FX 504"
  • Interlaced video playback in DivX format with the "Movie & TV" application in Windows 10 can cause frame crashes and interruptions (with frame bursts)
  • When using the Radeon RX Vega series in a multi-monitor environment, the memory clock may become louder than expected in idle time
  • When setting the display to 4K resolution and the maximum vertical refresh rate of 60Hz, there is a problem that the 10-bit color can not be set in the Radeon settings
  • Advanced sync can not be enabled when using a FreeSync-compatible screen with DirectX 9-compatible game titles
  • The problem that AMD Link certification is not stable (※ AMD Link application update is also required for the solution)
  • Textures can blink or break with the Vulkan API using the title in the Radeon Vega series

● Problems Known in Adrenalin 2019 19.5.1(※ excerpt)

  • Radeon ReLive can not upload videos and other content to Facebook
  • When an external GPU is connected to the ASUSTeK Computer "ASUS TUF Gaming FX 505" notebook, the device (* perhaps an external GPU) may disappear from the device manager in idle mode.
  • The game switches off after playing "World War Z" for a long time
  • In a Radeon VII environment, the running desktop or application may shake when the multi-monitor setup is turned on
  • Radeon Overlay Performance Metrics and Radeon WattMan may not correctly read GPU behavior in Radeon VII environments
  • When you play HDR video using the "Movie & TV" application with the Ryzen APU, it may freeze or the screen may be broken


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