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AMD's Crimson ReLive 17.5.1 drivers give Prey a performance bump

 

It has taken more than a decade for another Prey game to debut, but after a tumultuous journey that saw the cancellation of a long-awaited sequel in 2014, Bethesda's reboot (through Arkane Studios) is now here. So are new graphics drivers that promise optimized performance for Prey. We covered Nvidia's latest Game Ready driver release (382. 05) yesterday, and today we're focusing on AMD's latest Crimson ReLive driver package, version 17. 5. 1.

Listed as "optional," the main benefit is a performance boost in Prey—AMD claims users rocking a Radeon RX 580 graphics card will see up to 4. 7 percent better performance compared to its previous driver release (17. 4. 4). The newest Crimson ReLive release also adds multi-GPU support to Prey and squishes half a dozen bugs. They include:

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