AMD has released its Radeon Software Crimson Edition coming with a Microsoft WHQL certification. The version number 15.12 appears to have no changes, according to the release notes - only two problems in the Control Panel were done away with. Thus, the Radeon Software Crimson Edition officially has cast away its beta status. We already had a detailed look at the changes when the Radeon Software Crimson Edition was launched.
The main changes were made to the user interface, which has been completely redesigned. Even the installation process has been revamped. The Radeon Software launches a lot more faster than the Catalyst interface. Further overhauls include LiquidVR, ssynchronous shader, shader cache, Optimized Flip Queue Size, improvements in FreeSync, frame pacing, Frame Rate Target Control and power draw. All other changes and details on specific items can be found in our article mentioned above.
AMD's Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 can be directly downloaded from AMD's website.