AMD is Bringing Back Anti-Lag+ After its Unsuccessful Launch in a More Improved State


AMD’s Anti-Lag+ technology was deleted from AMD drivers after its integration with Counter-Strike 2 proved disastrous due to issues with anti-cheat programs. However, Frank Azor has announced that Anti-Lag+ will return soon, as AMD is working on improving it for a second launch.

Anti-Lag+ is a more potent version of AMD’s Anti-Lag technology that reduces latency through the CPU in-engine but needs to be implemented game-by-game like Nvidia’s Reflex technology.

AMD tried to implement Anti-Lag+ all by itself by injecting Anti-Lag+ into each game’s game files without the developer’s knowledge, which triggered the anti-cheat systems in some games.

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