Radeon Image Sharpening was introduced along with the launch of the Radeon RX 5700 Series graphics cards as a way to help improve image fidelity by increasing the sharpness of an image through a one-click solution. But, at launch, it was limited to the Radeon RX 5700 series of graphics cards but only with DX9, DX12, and Vulkan titles launching in Windows 10. Earlier this month with Radeon Adrenalin 19.9.2 AMD expanded support to include the Radeon RX 470, RX 570, RX 480, RX 580, and RX 590 as well, but only with DX12 and Vulkan support, with DX9 being left out on this one, as we as requiring Windows 10. But today, Vega gets some sharp loving with Radeon Adrenalin 19.9.3. In the notes, AMD states this support is for Radeon VII, RX Vega 56/64, and Frontier Edition but doesn't seem to include Vega 8 and Vega 11. I know what you might be thinking, who cares about those low-level chips? Well, Vega 8 and Vega 11 could really benefit from something like this as they're often run at much lower resolutions. Now AMD, how about that Integer Scaling? I know it was HIGH on the list of things on your questionnaire that went out some time ago.
We’ve included the official driver release notes as well as known issues below:
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint
- Radeon Image Sharpening
- Now available on Radeon VII, Radeon RX Vega 64, Radeon RX Vega 56 and Radeon Vega Frontier Edition graphics products for DirectX®12 and Vulkan® applications.
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice™ may exhibit texture corruption during later parts of the game.
- Discord™ may experience an application hang on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products when HW acceleration is enabled.
- Toggling HDR may cause system instability during gaming when Radeon ReLive is enabled.
- Display artifacts may be experienced on some 75hz display configurations on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics system configurations.
- Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 may experience stutter on some system configurations.
- Open Broadcasting Software™ may experience frame drops or stutter when using AMF encoding on some system configurations.
- HDMI® overscan and underscan options may be missing from Radeon Settings on AMD Radeon VII system configurations when the primary display is set to 60hz.
- Stutter may be experienced when Radeon FreeSync is enabled on 240hz refresh displays with Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.
- AMD Radeon VII may experience elevated memory clocks at idle or on desktop.
The new Radeon Adrenalin 19.9.3 driver can be downloaded through AMD’s official website here.