AMD has posted the latest version of Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition. Version 19.12.3 ships with a “focus on stability improvements,” according to Terry Makedon, who heads the company’s software strategy and user-experience. The company addressed close to two dozen issues related to the first Adrenalin 2020 Edition release (version 19.12.2). To begin with game and boost clocks incorrectly reporting for RX 5500 XT has been fixed. A bug with the installing failing to detect AMD graphics hardware when a certain WiFi adapter is enabled in the system has been fixed. A “Rocket League” application crash when task-switching has been fixed. The Radeon Overlay shortcut appearing in fullscreen 3D apps even after disabling Overlay, has been fixed.
A bug with streaming, where audio from custom scenes continues to play after recording has stopped, is fixed. The volume of the installer’s splash screen audio has been reduced. Bugs with tessellation-related settings in Radeon Software have been fixed. ReLive missing or not being available for installation on some machines with Hyper-V enabled, has been fixed. Also fixed are buges related to newly added game profiles failing to enable. Performing an auto-update from Adrenalin 2019 (19.12.1 and older) to Adrenalin 2020 fails with an error code, which has been fixed now. Radeon Chill experience with “gaming mice” has been fixed. Stuttering observed when switching between borderless to fullscreen display modes in some games with Overlay enabled, has been fixed.
The new Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 19.12.3 drivers are available online at the AMD driver download page.