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AMD Radeon 19.7.4 driver released, fixes GTA V crashes on the RX 5700 series cards

AMD's driver team is having a busy month this July. The fourth graphics driver update of the month for AMD graphics users landed today, that being the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.7.4 driver.

There isn't any support for new games or optimizations listed this time, as the driver's sole focus seems to be fixing a Grand Theft Auto V crash that Radeon RX 5700 series graphics cards are experiencing. Now owners of the latest GPUs from the red team can also participate in the gambling introduced in the game's latest casino update.

The known issues have not changed since the previous driver, but we will list them anyway:

  • Some system configurations may experience green color corruption after install of Radeon Software when running Windows® 10 May 2019 update.
  • Stutter may be experienced when Radeon FreeSync is enabled on 240hz refresh displays with Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.
  • Radeon Performance Metrics may report incorrect VRAM utilization.
  • AMD Radeon VII may experience elevated memory clocks at idle or on desktop.
  • Radeon Overlay may intermittently fail to appear when toggled in game.
  • Audio for clips captured by Radeon ReLive may be corrupted or garbled when desktop recording is enabled.
  • Radeon RX 5700 Series Graphics may experience a black screen during uninstall on Windows®7 system configurations. A work around is to perform uninstall in safe mode.
  • Recording clips with Radeon ReLive may result in blank clips on Radeon RX 5700 Series Graphics with Windows®7 system configurations.
  • Enabling Enhanced Sync may cause game, application or system crashes on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.

As usual, the download links for this release can be found on its official release notes page here. The Radeon Settings app on Windows can also be used to upgrade to this driver.

Meanwhile, for third-generation Ryzen CPU users who are having trouble with playing Destiny 2, AMD is currently testing a beta chipset driver. Those willing to try it out can download the beta driver via the link at the bottom of this Reddit post by AMD's senior technical marketing manager Robert Hallock.

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