With the release of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's DirectX 12 patch, at least in a beta version, AMD has unleashed a new set of Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers that further optimize the game in its DirectX 12 mode.

The Radeon Software 16.9.1 drivers also include a new CrossFire profile for Dota 2's DirectX 11 mode. On top of this, AMD has included a range of bug fixes including those that fix flickering issues with 144 Hz displays, as well as crashes and flickering in games like GTA V, Dirt Rally, and Doom.

Known issues in this driver include a problem with the AMD Gaming Evolved overlay that causes crashes in some games. Users should also be wary that upgrading to this new 16.9.1 driver may reset user settings in Radeon Settings to their default values, so it could be a good idea to take note of what you've changed in case this happens to you.

As always, you can download the latest Radeon Software drivers through Radeon Settings automatically, or you can head over to our driver download section and grab a manual installer.