AMD released Radeon 20.8.1 driver updates to improve game support such as Horizon: Zero Sugon.

AMD has just released a Radar20.8.1 display driver update that has primarily improved support for games such as Horizon: Zero Sugon, Fantasy Survival role-playing games Grounded, and Ubisoft’s Hyper Scape. In addition, on test platforms with the RX 5700XT, 20.8.1 also increased the operational efficiency of Grounded by 9% compared to the previous month’s 20.7.2 drive.

AMD released Radeon 20.8.1 driver updates to improve game support such as Horizon: Zero Sugon.

(from: AMD)

AMD Radeon 20.8.1 display driver download address:

Windows 10 64-bit . . . Windows 7 64-bit.

Here are some of the bugs that have been fixed in the Radeon 20.8.1 display driver:

Fixes the possibility of intermittentdesktop locking of desktop refresh rates and screen cardon when switching to another monitor or application when Radeon FreeSync is enabled.

Fix an issue in the Windows 7 operating system where the Radeon RX 5000 Series graphics card failed to enable streamrecording.

Fixes an issue where Radeon software wakes from sleep with the AMD User Experience Program that can cause the application to crash or hang.

Fixes a dark screen problem with DOOM Eternal when you change the vertical sync settings in hDR-enabled games.

Fix a hot-swap operation on an UNpowered HDMI display and then power on, which can cause intermittent system crashes or freezes.

Fixes a system that can freeze / experience TDR failure seunciated with The Radeon RX 5000 Series graphics card when Instant Replay is enabled.

Fixes an issue where ‘cannot get access’ error information when the ‘Compatibility Checker’ is opened, or users may need to perform a factory reset in the Radeon software.

In addition, Radeon 20.8.1 display drivers have a number of known issues:

For example, switching to another monitor or application may cause the monitor to blink for a moment.

The Radeon RX 5000 series graphics card may flash in brightness when some VP video content is played in software or browsers.

Enabling enhanced synchronization on some games and system configurations can result in a black screen (this option can be temporarily disabled).

The performance indicator may falsely report the idle clock frequency of the Radeon RX 5700 series graphics card (without affecting performance and power consumption).

When HDR is enabled, the Windows desktop may flicker, and in-game switching tasks may cause fading or oversaturation.

The audio output can be unstable when the audio and video receiver is connected via HDMI on the Radeon RX 5700 series graphics card.

The YouTube player may be frozen by Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome when extending the display on some AMD Ryzen 7 3000 / 4000 Series APU systems.

Modifying the HDMI zoom slider may result in the FPS being locked to 30.

For more information, please also move to the AMD Official Update Log page to view.