Any PC gamer who owns a 20,000 DPI individually weighted mouse knows that communication is essential in multiplayer games. To that end, AMD is committed to making you more intelligible when using your microphone in a game. The new AMD Noise Suppression feature can use your graphics card to intelligently suppress ambient background noise such as air conditioning or even the sound from your own speakers. If you’re using this new power to say something like “Well, well, GTFO newb”, well, that’s your fault.
The new system is a competitor to the Nvidia RTX Voice feature (now part of the Nvidia Broadcast suite), doing more or less the same thing. Despite gaming communication and using a Ryzen 5000+ processor or Radeon RX 6000+ GPU, AMD Noise Suppression is not limited to in-game communication. Once configured in the driver, it will work with any application that uses voice input, including Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Discord, and others no one seems to remember.
The Adrenalin 22.7.1 driver update also includes some notable OpenGL improvements that AMD claims can improve performance in games like Minecraft by up to 90 percent on select RX 6000 cards. FSR 2) now works on more laptops with discrete RX 5000 and 6000 cards in hybrid graphics settings and now runs in borderless full screen mode. You can download the latest Adrenaline Driver Pack here.