AMD, the software company

Back in 2015, AMD introduced Radeon Software as a successor to its Catalyst Control Center. It was the company’s primary graphics control panel and allowed users to adjust various settings related to their AIB. During the past few years, the company introduced more features that went beyond graphics control, such as Ryzen processor-specific tools for CPU monitoring and overclocking, as ...

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