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AMD and Nvidia give graphics drivers a performance tune up for Dirt 4

 

When it comes to racing, it's not just about the vehicle, but the driver as well. And in the case of virtual racing, it's the graphics driver that can make a difference. With that in mind, both AMD and Nvidia released new GPU drivers that are optimized for Dirt 4, the off-road racing game that released earlier this week (check out our full review). Starting alphabetically with AMD, the company's new Crimson ReLive 17. 6. 1 driver release adds multi-GPU support for Dirt 4. It also boasts up to a 30 percent performance bump for Radeon RX 580 owners when using 8xMSAA, compared to the Crimson ReLive 17.

5. 2 release. Pretty impressive, if the performance claim holds true. In addition to a better racing experience, AMD's latest GPU driver package adds a small gain to Prey—up to 4 percent better performance on Radeon RX 580 graphics cards. Beyond those two games, AMD fixed a handful of issues. They include:

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