Subject: Graphics Cards | November 24, 2015 - 06:36 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: radeon software, radeon, low frame rate compensation, freesync, frame pacing, crimson, AMD VISION Engine
In case you thought we missed something in our discussion of the new AMD Crimson software you can check out what some of the other websites thought of the new release. The Tech Report is a good first stop, they used the Fable Legends DX 12 to test the improvements to frametime which will be of interest to those who do not obsess over DX 9 games and their performance. They also delve a bit more into the interface so you can see what the new screens will look at as well as learning the path that will take you to a familiar settings screen. Check out their impressions right here.
"AMD's Radeon Software Crimson Edition is the second in a line of major annual graphics driver updates from the company. Crimson also replaces the Catalyst Control Center software with a faster, more refined utility called Radeon Settings. We dug in to see what Crimson has to offer."
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- AMD's Radeon Software Crimson OS powers faster, better gaming @ The Inquirer
- AMD Radeon Software: Crimson Edition First Look and Testing @ eTeknix
- AMD Radeon Crimson Edition Drivers @ techPowerUp
- ASUS STRIX R9 380X DirectCU II OC @ [H]ard|OCP
- The AMD Radeon R9 380X Review @ Hardware Canucks
- 12K (Triple 4K Monitors) SLI & Crossfire @ eTeknix
- Gigabyte GTX980Ti XTREME Gaming Windforce @ Kitguru
Subject: Graphics Cards, Processors | November 15, 2011 - 10:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: AMD VISION Engine, amd, fusion, APU, steady video
The AMD VISION Engine is the name that AMD is using to describe the new features they are offering for users of their GPUs, APUs and those with both. One example is the AMD Steady Video feature that Ryan and Ken showed off in July. That is not all, this encompasses the hybrid Crossfire that exists in Llano laptops with discrete GPUs straight through to support for 30bit colour depth (aka 10bit per channel, 10 bit per pixel) and the GPU accelerated Flash.
If you are interested in getting more from your APU then head to the AMD VISION site to download their driver package, think of it as a Catalyst with benefits.