AMD releases Adrenalin Edition 22.7.1 drivers, support for Noise Suppression

AMD hits back at Nvidia's RTX Voice tech.

AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition

AMD’s latest graphics drivers are well worth an install as they bring the usual host of improvements alongside a feature called Noise Suppression.

Before we get to that, though, let’s roll through a multitude of enhancements over previous Adrenalin drivers.


  • Swordsman™ Remake.
  • Radeon™ Boost using Variable Rate Shading with Elden Ring™, Resident Evil Village™ and VALORANT™.
  • Microsoft® Windows® 11 version 22H2.
  • Microsoft® Agility SDK Release 1.602 including new minor features.
  • Microsoft® Agility SDK Release 1.606 including Microsoft® Shader Model 6.7.
  • Additional Vulkan® extensions. Click here for more information.
  • OpenGL® Optimizations
    • Up to 79% increase in performance in Minecraft™ @ 4k Fabulous settings, using Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 22.7.1 on the Radeon™️ RX 6950XT, versus the previous software driver version 22.6.1 RS-491
    • Up to 75% increase in performance in Minecraft™ @ 4k Fabulous settings, using Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 22.7.1 on the Radeon™️ RX 6400, versus the previous software driver version 22.6.1 RS-495
  • Radeon™ Super Resolution
    • Expanded support for discrete Radeon™ RX 5000 and 6000 series GPUs on AMD Ryzen™ processor notebooks with hybrid graphics.
    • RSR has been improved to provide a more seamless experience in borderless fullscreen mode with a performance/quality slider to personalize your gaming experience.

There’s heck of an increase in OpenGL performance in wildly popular Minecraft. More pertinently for users with lower-spec systems rocking a Radeon RX 6400, the 75 per cent uptick is certainly most welcome.

AMD Noise Suppression

AMD Noise Suppression reduces background audio noise from your surrounding environment using a real-time deep-learning algorithm, providing greater clarity and improved concentration whether you are focused on an important meeting or staying locked-in on a competitive game, according to the company’s release notes.

You can learn more about the technology right over here or by watching the video above. AMD’s take appears to be in direct response to Nvidia’s RTX Voice. As far as we can tell, both seek to eliminate distracting background noises, though the means by which to do so are marginally different.

Head on over to here to download the correct driver for your system. Happy gaming.