Gaming nowadays is an important part of our lives, whether you’re a hardcore gamer or you just like to play some cool titles so that time will flow much faster and in a fun way. But if you have a powerful gaming machine at home, equipped with a great GPU and plenty of RAM, it might still not be enough for you. While you go on a trip or working outdoors and you get bored during the breaks, you might just need a little gadget capable of delighting you with the games you prefer.
This seems like exactly the thing engineers from AMD have in mind since they’ve already released for Android users the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020. This is a major software upgrade and a way of finishing 2019 in great style by the notorious Californian company.
Game streaming to phones not only via Wi-Fi
This should be the most interesting feature of the upgrade since it allows game streaming to your smartphone through any kind of Internet connection.
Now, if you open the app, it presents you a new interface that is in the form of a central hub for launching various games. It also has the options of streaming to social networks, checking for new updates and other usual stuff.
Expected also for iOS
If Android already has it, the iOS operating system couldn’t fall short. Therefore, the OS created by Apple for mobiles will also receive the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 in about a week, near Christmas: on December 23.
Is AMD surpassing NVIDIA?
If you look at the other features of the new software update for AMD’s Radeon Software Adrenalin, you could say that there’s a big chance it can even surpass NVIDIA GPU’s. The update also includes dynamic resolution scaling (which is aka Radeon Boost) for keeping frame rates high, an Anti-Lag system, more wider hardware support for Image Sharpening, as well as integer scaling that allows older games to look better on modern displays.
The two manufacturers, AMD and NVIDIA, have been in a very tough competition over the years, and the last one had the upper hand until now. Will this thing change in 2020?