AMD Releases Radeon 20.5.1 Drive Update Supports Windows 10 2020 May Update

After more than a month waiting, AMD finally released the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 software update today. Version number 20.5.1 provides support for the Windows 10 2020 May update, or Version 2004, as well as other improvements and fixes. However, according to Reddit users, while the new driver introduced support for WDDM 2.7, it lost hardware-based scheduling.

AMD Releases Radeon 20.5.1 Drive Update Supports Windows 10 2020 May Update

As with Nvidia, AMD did not mention detailed improvements to Windows 10 2004 in its release notes. At the same time, version 20.5.1 Radeon Software has upgraded its support for AMD Link Newput Emulation, promising to improve compatibility with current and future games.

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Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.5.1 (Windows 10 x64)

AMD describes some of the issues that have been fixed in Radeon Software 20.5.1 (see the full list to the official website):

Fix problems where the software may crash or crash under a mixed-fire system configuration.

Fix problems that can be resolved by starting a game on some monitors that can cause intermittent black screens that require a restart.

Fix an issue where AMD Link may be disconnected randomly or intermittently.

Fix a problem with the Destiny 2 main program that may be stuck or black screen when the task is switched.

Fix a problem with overWatch that may break down intermittently or have a black screen when you join a race.

Fix an issue where the software may falsely positive the Radeon RX 5700 Series GPU memory frequency.

Fix a possible blue screen issue with the Radeon RX 5500 Series GPU when the driver is installed on the hybrid firefighting platform.

In addition, Radeon Software 20.5.1 still has some known issues (a few of the following brief excerpts):

Run the game room to turn on the performance indicator and the Radeon VII/RX Vega Series graphics card may experience a performance degradation.

Some games may be misreported after instant Replay is configured on the Radeon RX 5000 Series GPU system.

Enabling enhanced synchronization on some games and system configurations may result in a black screen (the solution is temporarily disabled).