AMD releases the latest Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition driver version
AMD claims that v.20.7.1 of its Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition is a major stability upgrade for its products found in Windows PCs. It does have a long list of fixes that affect APUs, as well as RX, RX Vega and Radeon cards or the games played with them. For example, it may address a weird issue in which Valorant is misrepresented as League of Legends within Radeon Software.
It may also help users affected by a sudden lack of color that occurs when Radeon Image Sharpening is on while HDR is also enabled. In addition, this new version may get the platform's Performance Tuning tab to accept customized fan and clock settings again. This exhaustive list also incorporates issues with many other games and apps, including DOTA2, DOOM Eternal, Final Fantasy XV and Microsoft Teams.
Lastly, this new Adrenalin 2020 Edition download opens access to the new AMD Bug Report Tool, a potentially more straightforward way of submitting bugs through just completing 1 form. This is because the new utility is designed to capture system details automatically and send it along with this feedback.