AMD Radeon driver supports RX 5300M graphics card
Not long ago, MSI released Alpha 15 notebook with the first AMD RX 5500M mobile graphics card and now AMD is also following the footsteps. AMD has released the latest epinephrine driver which officially supports the RX5300M graphics card. It is expected that the new “3A” notebook will also be available soon.
As of now, AMD is probably still working on its usual end-of-the-year driver overhaul but today, AMD surprised everyone by releasing the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.12.1. Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition is designed to give gamers deeply immersive gameplay. It is inspired by today’s era of social, connected gaming.
AMD added support for the new Radeon RX 5300M mobile graphics card and fixed a major issue with Radeon RX 5700 series graphics cards at 1080p.
According to official information, the RX 5300M is equipped with 22 sets of CUs, 1408 stream processors with a maximum frequency of 1445 MHz. It is also equipped with 3 GB GDDR6 video memory. The video memory is 96 bit wide and comes with a speed of 14 Gbps.
Though there are no game optimizations attached, it does carry support for the new Radeon RX 5300M GPU for mobile products which is enough for most users. Apart from that the company has also tracked down and fixed an annoying bug that has been plaguing some RX 5700 series GPUs.
Mainly the issues fixed are low game settings problem, stutter in some games at 1080p, and intermittent crash to desktop when playing The Outer Worlds.
You can upgrade it via the Radeon Settings app on Windows. It can also be downloaded separately using the download links available on the driver’s official page.
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