Apparently improves performance by 19 % on high end cards, and 29 % on APU cards.
AMD, the developers of computer hardware that is both powerful and affordable has plans to release a rather huge update for their AMD Drivers. The new GPU Driver is expected to bring them up to par with what you can expect from their opposition’s hardware and software. The Catalyst Omega driver update will, according to AMD, boost your performance by 19 % on high end cards, and 29 % on APU cards, which is actually quite a lot.
The news may have come a bit earlier than planned however. Despite originally being followed by images and more details about the update, AMD has now removed that information and we will update you again once we hear more about Omega. Updated features include Virtual Super Resolution which will upscale your game to 4K before downsampling it to your resolution, this is similar to Nvidia’s DSR and removes the need for anti aliasing.
There are literally dozens of improvements expected to come in this update driver as well as improved performance on crossfire rigs alongside bug fixes and tweaks. There’s no official date for when this is coming. But I would guess it’s coming soon.