AMD Up to 30% better performance in DirectX 11 games

AMD Up to 30% better performance in DirectX 11 games

If you have a Radeon RX 6000 graphics card, AMD Software’s May driver (currently in preview) brings a noticeable FPS boost in games under DirectX 11: 10% on average, up to 30% for some games, according to AMD statement.

In an article written by Isaac Wong, we can see: that AMD is constantly tweaking its drivers and finding ways to improve the performance of its products. Through rigorous testing and development, our preview drivers are available on your Radeon RX Average performance gains of up to 10% in DX 11 based games on 6000 series graphics cards – some games achieve even higher average profits, such as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – up to 28%, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands – up to 30%, Grand Theft Driver V – up to 11%.

Here are the exact numbers for a few games; 1080p/Ultra or High in most cases (4K for Apex Legend and GTA V, 1440p for Valorant). The testbed is powered by a Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor, Radeon RX 6950 XT graphics card, and 32 GB of memory under Windows 10 Pro.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – up to 28%
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands – up to 30%
Grand Theft Auto V – up to 11%
Far Cry 5 – about 4%
Farming Simulator 22 – about 3%
Total War Saga: Troy – about 17%
Total War Warhammer 3 – about 5%
Watch Dogs Legion – about 10%
The Witcher 3 – about 3%
Apex Legends – about 5%
Overwatch – about 3%
PUBG – about 3%
Valorant – about 7%

Crysis Remastered increased by 24%
A person known on Twitter under the pseudonym CapFrameX corroborated AMD’s statement. Average FPS increased by 24% in Crysis Remastered and 41% in God of War.

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