Radeon Goes Mobile With AMD Link
This is another surprise from AMD that was baked into the Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition drivers: AMD Link.
AMD Link gives Radeon owners the power to track, record, and socialize from their smartphones. You can track your PC system info and gaming performance and even control Radeon ReLive... all from your smartphone.
In order to connect your smartphone with AMD Link, you can do it with a QR code or manually setting it up.
Once you do, you get access to an Overview menu that lets you navigate through AMD Link with ease.
There's performance monitoring included, with bar graphs that let you monitor your FPS and system info.
Radeon ReLive support is included, with one-touch capture, stream and instant replay features.
There's also a News Feed tab that keeps you up-to-date on AMD products including Ryzen and Radeon.
AMD Link is available for both iOS and Android.
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- Page 1 [Introduction + Breath of Fresh Air]
- Page 2 [Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition In Full]
- Page 3 [What's New?]
- Page 4 [Radeon ReLive Upgraded]
- Page 5 [Radeon Overlay + Performance Monitoring]
- Page 6 [Radeon Goes Mobile With AMD Link]
- Page 7 [Benchmarks Soon & Final Thoughts]
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