In Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Assassin’S Creed Unity optimized performance on the latest video cards. At the same time, AMD reports the following known problems of the driver:
- random stuttering on Assassin’S Creed Unity in Crossfire mode under some settings;
- A little probability of the appearance of screen ruptures or images of the picture in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare with high quality settings, 4K resolution in AMD Crossfire mode;
- In Quad Crossfire, AMD Radeon R9 295×2 graphics can sometimes be issued when downloading the game at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare;
- On the AMD Radeon R9 280X/280 video cards, a failure can occur when playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and simultaneously viewing video;
- Crossfire users can observe from time to flicker time in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare menu — The problem may disappear in the event of a restart of the game.
AMD is also currently working with Activision on the solution to the following problems in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare:
- From time to time, there is damage to the textures in AMD Crossfire;
- In some permits, negative scaling is observed in AMD Crossfire mode.
Separately, it is worth noting: Catalyst 14.eleven.1 is a preliminary driver, and even on the official AMD website it is not yet — You can download on the TechPowerup resource (253 MB). Thus, it is necessary to install it only at your own peril and risk. The same who is more expensive for the stable work of the PC, it is better to wait.