It also resolved installation issues with HDMI audio devices that may not install with Radeon RX-400 and Radeon RX-500 series graphics products. In addition, from Version 21.2.3 Substance Painter, application and system crashes in connection with Radeon RX 6000 graphics products will be a thing of the past.
Fixed issues in version 21.2.3:
- HDMI audio devices may not install on the Radeon RX 400 and Radeon RX 500 series graphics products
- Hot plugging in HDMI TV screens in multi-monitor system configurations can sometimes result in a system crash or freezing
- An application crash or freeze may occur in Substance Painter on Radeon RX 6000 graphics products
- The HP Reverb G2 may crash or hang when connected to the Radeon RX 6900 series graphics products
The Radeon software sometimes cannot get the latest available Radeon software versions when an update is performed or verified
Known issues in version 21.2.3:
- Updating Radeon software while an Oculus VR headset is connected to your system with Radeon GCN graphics products could cause the system to hang or crash. A temporary workaround is to unplug the headset before installing it
- AMD is currently investigating reports from end users that the Radeon software sometimes has higher than expected CPU usage even when a system is idle. Users who experience this problem are asked to file a bug report in Radeon Software
- In some games or applications, there may be intermittent brightness flickering when Radeon FreeSync is activated and the game is set to borderless full screen display
- Enhanced Sync can cause a black screen on some games and system configurations when enabled. All users who experience problems with Enhanced Sync enabled should disable it as a temporary workaround
The new adrenaline driver from AMD in version 21.2.3 is not only available for download for Windows 10 (64 bit), but also for the slightly older Windows 7 (64 bit) with at least one installed Service Pack 1. On the website AMDs can download the driver including the full release note.