The update focuses on improvements and bug fixes, but there are some interesting news. The first is the addition of a new controller emulation driver for AMD Link, the company's graphics card feature that allows you to stream games to TVs, smartphones and other devices, which has received improvements for current and future games.
Another highlight is the support for WDDM 2.7, the Windows driver architecture released with the May Update that brings significant improvements to DirectX 12. However, as some users report, GPUs do not appear to be making use of the feature.
Given the fact that AMD does not disclose which technologies of the new version of the Microsoft operating system are supported, it is possible that owners of Radeon GPUs will have to wait a little longer to gain access to the novelty, as well as those who own Nvidia cards, which also updated its drivers today.
Radeon Adrenalin 20.5.1 should now be available through the AMD Radeon Software application, but you can perform a manual installation via the following link:
And you, reader? Do you use AMD Link and have you noticed improvements? Tell us in the comments!