Just a few days after it released the beta version, AMD has finally released the WHQL version of the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 drivers. With the latest release, AMD has also officially stopped supporting the Windows 8.1 32-bit platform, citing very low downloads. So if you are one of the rare few Windows 8.1 32-bit users, you have no other option but to get the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.2.1 beta driver installed, or you could simply stay on the last signed driver that you may have installed.
The latest release includes Multi GPU profiles and optimizations for Sniper Elite 4 and For Honor. It also includes a number of fixed issues, many of which were also included with the beta version released a few days back. Some of them include the following:
- For Honor may experience an application crash when switching to fullscreen or menus in gameplay on Multi GPU configurations.
- On some Radeon GCN products DXVA H.264 encoded video may experience corruption when fast forwarding or seeking through content
- AMD FreeSync technology mode may fail to enable itself on some fullscreen applications.
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has incorrect default slider values with Radeon Chill enabled. Users can modify these values to suit the experience they want.
- Graphics processor information may be missing from system information overlay on Radeon ReLive captured videos.
- DayZ may experience an application crash when Radeon ReLive Instant Replay/Recording is active or the feature may not work as expected.
- Memory clocks may become locked at low states on Radeon R9 380 series products.
- Radeon ReLive recording in fullscreen with Windows Media Player or Power DVD may experience flickering.
- AMD Radeon HD 7900 series products may experience shadow corruption when shadows are disabled in Civilization VI
You can download the latest driver from the links below: