Moore Threads’ new GPU driver doubles game support to 42 titles

Published: Feb 20th 2023, 20:50 GMT   Comments

MTT S80 gets an important GPU driver update

Moore Threads released V201 driver with support for 21 new games. 

There is still no word on official DirectX11 tessellation support, which means that Chinese GPUs such as MTT S80 will still not support many of the popular and old games. However, the software development progresses and the company has just announced that 42 games are now supported by their hardware, doubling the number since last driver release.

The V201.21 driver fixes many bugs, adds support for new features, new games and more hardware. The MTT is still heavily limited when it comes to motherboard support, not to mention lackluster PCIe Gen5 support, although this is one of the most interesting features of this GPU.

This driver supports not only the flagship gaming card called S80 with 16GB memory and 4096 cores, but also entry-level, workstation and server GPUs called S10, S30, S50 and S2000/3000 series. Moore Threads confirms that this driver also enables VP9/8 10 bit video decoding up to 8K resolution. Furthermore, it enhances the PES monitoring software capability to show more metrics.

New Game Support:

  1. Goose and Duck
  2. Xuanyuan Sword Gaiden: Away from the Clouds
  3. Xuanyuan Sword Gaiden: Clouds of Han Dynasty
  4. Xuanyuan Sword Wu: A Sword of Lingyun Mountain and Sea Love
  5. NBA2K Online
  6. Afterimage
  7. “The Scroll Of Taiwu
  8. Terraria
  9. Adventure in the rain
  10. Dead Cells
  11. Runner 2: Future Legend of the Rhythm Alien
  12. Battlefield 2
  13. Hades
  14. Alien vs. Predator
  15.  Arma 2
  16.  Pro Evolution Football: Pro Evolution Football 2013
  17.  Assault Fire
  18. Hollow Knight
  19. Little Bones: Hero Killer
  20. Cuphead
  21. Dwarf Fortress

Previously Supported Games (machine translation):

“Diablo 3”, “Cross Fire”, “Gu Jian Qi Tan”, “Ghost Valley”, “ICEY”, “Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 3”, “Street Basketball”, “Audition”, “Fantasy Westward Journey”, “Dream Three Kingdoms 2” “Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne”, “Awakening: Heroes Compete”, “QQ Speed”, “QQ Dance”, “Pro Evolution Soccer 8”, “Siege”, “My World: NetEase Ray Tracing Edition”, “Xi”, “Xuanyuan Sword Wu : A Sword of Mountains and Seas”, “League of Legends”, “Ultimate Street Fighter IV”

According to GPU enthusiast Löschwerg who owns the S80 GPU, the new driver improves performance in Unigine Heaven benchmark, but the GPU still cannot run games with tessellation or DX11 multi-threading.

It is worth noting that people who really want to try MTT GPUs must first ensure that their hardware is supported, and the list of motherboards is still very short (only 18 models). Furthermore, MTT GPUs only work with Intel 10th Gen Core series and newer or AMD Ryzen 3000/4000/5000 series (no mention of 7000 support).

Moore Threads GPUs should quite possibly be the last choice for a gamer in 2023. At the same time, it must be noted that software development is going into a good direction, and we can’t wait to see more updates from this fourth player in the GPU market.

Source: Moore Threads

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