A software enhancement has arrived for the AMD Radeon RX 5000 series cards

 
The situation in the graphics card market is currently such that older products are also highly valued. Of course, this makes no sense in the context of games but only if you are mining cryptocurrencies. Some have profited from that fact, but if you’re sentimentally attached to your older graphics card, and that Radeon card is from the RX 5000 series, AMD has good news for you.

Radeon Software version 21.9.1 brings support for SAM - Smart Access Memory technology to older RX 5000 series cards. So far, this technology has been exclusive to the newer RX 6000 series graphics cards.

Smart Access Memory normally brings improvements to PC gaming performance if you use AMD's graphics card in combination with a 3000 or 5000 series Ryzen processor. The improvements vary from game to game - they are significant somewhere and negligible somewhere.

But the update is free and there is no need to complain about it. Even the smallest improvements are welcome in a situation like this when buying a more powerful graphics card is not a painless process for PC gamers.
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