AMD Releases 17.3.1 Drivers For Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
Samuel Wan / 9 months ago
Keeping to their quick schedule of releases, AMD has released a new set of Radeon drivers for the month of March. Crimson ReLive 17.3.1 is a beta optional release so it is not WHQL certified. As with most releases we usually receive, it’s set to coincide with a game release. This time around, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands which is getting a 6% performance boost as well as a DX 11 CrossFire profile.
In addition to the new game support, we also have a large number of fixes. Flickering textures and corruption issues were addressed in both Battlefield 1 and For Honor. Several issues with AMD’s Radeon Software suite like with WattMan, Chill, ReLive with a whole variety of issues. Borderless Fullscreen mode and AMD FreeSync also get fixes for flickering for multi-display systems in addition to the single display system fixes we got earlier.
We also have a number of new known issues that have cropped up. Despite the new CrossFire profile for Ghost Recon Wildlands, there are still issues with flickering and stability with multi-GPU configurations. Sniper Elite 4 despite showing off the DX 12 collaboration with AMD is also having some issues with FreeSync. These FreeSync issues are also continuing for some applications in Borderless Fullscreen mode.
If previous releases are anything to go by, we can expect a WHQL release later this month based off of 17.3.1. Following that, we might get an additional beta optional release if we are lucky. You can find the full release notes and download links here.