AMD Releases AMD Software Adrenalin Edition 24.1.1

AMD Radeon Adrenalin

AMD has recently released its AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition 24.1.1, which includes several significant updates and new features. One of the key highlights of this release is the introduction of AMD Fluid Motion Frames (AFMF), which emerged from beta testing to become an official feature. This technology aims to enhance gaming performance by generating additional frames in games, potentially increasing frame rates significantly. It’s particularly notable for its capability to boost FPS by up to 97% in certain games at 1080p resolution, providing a smoother gaming experience. This feature is compatible with AMD Radeon 700M, RX 6000, and RX 7000 series GPUs for both notebook and desktop platforms.

Additionally, the update introduces AMD Video Upscaling, an advanced video upscale algorithm designed to improve video playback image quality, especially for AMD Radeon RX 7000 series desktop GPUs. This feature can be particularly beneficial in applications like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Media Player, enhancing sharpness and clarity in videos up to 4K resolution.

The Adrenalin Edition 24.1.1 also supports the new AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card and provides day-one support for upcoming games such as “Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth” and “Tekken 8”. Other improvements include updated Content Adaptive Machine Learning (CAML) text detection for 4K gaming, enhanced video encoding quality for codecs like AVC, HEVC, and AV1, and expanded support for Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling.

Moreover, AMD has introduced a feature called AMD Assistant, designed to automate the enablement or disablement of various AMD Software features based on the user’s gaming or system performance scenarios. This feature aims to optimize either performance or battery life, depending on the situation.

These updates represent a significant step forward in AMD’s driver a.nd software capabilities, offering enhanced gaming and video experiences for users of its latest graphics cards.