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I tested API test https://github.com/nvMcJohn/apitest benchmark (comapred to older tests) and gpu caps viewer demos looks slower. I dont know if its just like OpenGl extension viewer started to work correctly with this driver and showing extensions. Anyway i see improvement in cemu emulator (small fps speed) which rely on 4.5 extensions. I can upload dlls.

Edit: please test, because i didnt do it extensively, so i may be wrong
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Does RadeonSettings crash for anyone else every time you try to manipulate a new game profile (add/remove/reset)? After the crash and re-launch of RadeonSettings you can configure that profile without crashing. Also, can I upgrade RadeonSettings from the latest official GCN branch or RS in this release is modded to support nonGCN cards as well?

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at me radeonsetting is killing process when I am starting pc it won't be possible to start
   
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Does RadeonSettings crash for anyone else every time you try to manipulate a new game profile (add/remove/reset)? After the crash and re-launch of RadeonSettings you can configure that profile without crashing. Also, can I upgrade RadeonSettings from the latest official GCN branch or RS in this release is modded to support nonGCN cards as well?
the newer radeon settings will probably crash if you do not use the newer adl libraries, known as atiadlxx.dll and atiadlxy.dll , thankfully these libraries have not been signifigiantly changed since 16.2.1 so they work fine on non gcn parts, though i imagine eventually they will not function properly.it is only a matter of time.
   
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the newer radeon settings will probably crash if you do not use the newer adl libraries, known as atiadlxx.dll and atiadlxy.dll , thankfully these libraries have not been signifigiantly changed since 16.2.1 so they work fine on non gcn parts, though i imagine eventually they will not function properly.it is only a matter of time.
What drivers do you use with your card? This one or official releases?
Just curious

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I tested API test https://github.com/nvMcJohn/apitest benchmark (comapred to older tests) and gpu caps viewer demos looks slower. I dont know if its just like OpenGl extension viewer started to work correctly with this driver and showing extensions. Anyway i see improvement in cemu emulator (small fps speed) which rely on 4.5 extensions. I can upload dlls.

Edit: please test, because i didnt do it extensively, so i may be wrong
https://www.sendspace.com/file/zxx75x
thank you dude!

Am not sure if this is because of the old openCL libs or not. Will have to check in the future.
   
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What drivers do you use with your card? This one or official releases?
Just curious
I use a modified variant of this one, its 16.101.2901.1001+ opencl libraries from 15.201.2601.1005 and use the last catalyst, due to issues with Radeon settings(overriding msi afterburner weirdness).
   
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Default 08-24-2016, 04:17 | posts: 70 | Location: Florida

(Updated 9/29/2016)

New Driver:

AMD Radeon Software Crimson 16.101.2711.1002_GCN_MOD Download 08/25/2016

Old Driver:

AMD Radeon Software Crimson 15.301.2601.1002_GCN_MOD Download 07/08/2016

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* Must be installed via devmgr w/driver sig disabled, than run ccc2_install
* It should support all cards (same as official) on Win10 only
* Untouched inf's remain for other os's, will post in a future revision after extensive testing
* Reports that OpenCL isn't working for some, but works for me

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AMD drivers give me a headache with all the DXVA issues in Chrome.
Like 15.11.1 work fine for the most part but some 1080p60fps youtube and twitch videos lag and freeze like hell with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
16.2.1 all highfps videos work fine but on some highfps videos/webms I have a green/purple tint with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
These modded drivers and 16.2.1 with dxva dll swap work fine but some videos/gifs/webms won't play and give an error "Playback is stopped because content is unsupported" or something like that.
Why can't everything work fine for once without having to sacrifice one feature so the other one would work properly.

These didn't work for me on Sapphire 6850 (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6739&SUBSYS_174B174B).
Drvsig disabled and when I try to install the drivers via devmgr it says that my drivers are already up to date (tried on a clean install Microsoft basic adapter and on top of a 15.11.1). If I try to force install it via "have disk" it says "'the folder you specified doesn't contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-based systems".

upd. there was a [manufacturer] line missing in the inf file. Added it and driver installed without any issues, however OpenCL is missing. Do I need to use dlls from the Catalyst drivers or driver didn't install correctly?

P. S. never really noticed it but are these constant core/vram clock and voltage spikes normal when I watch a twitch stream?
http://i.imgur.com/m07V6T0.gif
Might be mistaken but I think on Catalyst drivers it was like a constant 300core/1000mem whenever I watched a DXVA accelerated video in a browser. If I watch something in PotPlayer I also get 300/1000 on non-catalyst drivers.

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AMD drivers give me a headache with all the DXVA issues in Chrome.
Like 15.11.1 work fine for the most part but some 1080p60fps youtube and twitch videos lag and freeze like hell with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
16.2.1 all highfps videos work fine but on some highfps videos/webms I have a green/purple tint with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
These modded drivers and 16.2.1 with dxva dll swap work fine but some videos/gifs/webms won't play and give an error "Playback is stopped because content is unsupported" or something like that.
Why can't everything work fine for once without having to sacrifice one feature so the other one would work properly.

I know that feeling, as a FF user it's even worse..

EDIT:
Not sure if you use a weak CPU. I have to manually get FF to use h/w accell and even then it's


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These didn't work for me on Sapphire 6850 (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6739&SUBSYS_174B174B).
Drvsig disabled and when I try to install the drivers via devmgr it says that my drivers are already up to date (tried on a clean install Microsoft basic adapter and on top of a 15.11.1). If I try to force install it via "have disk" it says "'the folder you specified doesn't contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-based systems".

upd. there was a [manufacturer] line missing in the inf file. Added it and driver installed without any issues, however OpenCL is missing. Do I need to use dlls from the Catalyst drivers or driver didn't install correctly?
Sorry to hear that, I took user1's manufacturer section from 16.101 in this one as I thought he added even more support (wrestler/sumo/etc).

I guess I can just c/p the one's from 16.2.1 but i'll hold off for now untill I add support for all OS and do further tests. I did notice OpenCL is missing too.

I have a 6850->6870 (mod) card but have yet to try it on my laptop which is a 6520G. I do know user1's inf worked on there so i'm assuming this will too.

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P. S. never really noticed it but are these constant core/vram clock and voltage spikes normal when I watch a twitch stream?
http://i.imgur.com/m07V6T0.gif
Might be mistaken but I think on Catalyst drivers it was like a constant 300core/1000mem whenever I watched a DXVA accelerated video in a browser. If I watch something in PotPlayer I also get 300/1000 on non-catalyst drivers.
My driver resets have calmed down lately, but I will look into the spiking as soon as I can and confirm this in firefox.

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AMD drivers give me a headache with all the DXVA issues in Chrome.
Like 15.11.1 work fine for the most part but some 1080p60fps youtube and twitch videos lag and freeze like hell with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
16.2.1 all highfps videos work fine but on some highfps videos/webms I have a green/purple tint with HWA enabled - unwatchable.
These modded drivers and 16.2.1 with dxva dll swap work fine but some videos/gifs/webms won't play and give an error "Playback is stopped because content is unsupported" or something like that.
Why can't everything work fine for once without having to sacrifice one feature so the other one would work properly.


These didn't work for me on Sapphire 6850 (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6739&SUBSYS_174B174B).
Drvsig disabled and when I try to install the drivers via devmgr it says that my drivers are already up to date (tried on a clean install Microsoft basic adapter and on top of a 15.11.1). If I try to force install it via "have disk" it says "'the folder you specified doesn't contain a compatible software driver for your device. If the folder contains a driver, make sure it is designed to work with windows for x64-based systems".

upd. there was a [manufacturer] line missing in the inf file. Added it and driver installed without any issues, however OpenCL is missing. Do I need to use dlls from the Catalyst drivers or driver didn't install correctly?

P. S. never really noticed it but are these constant core/vram clock and voltage spikes normal when I watch a twitch stream?
http://i.imgur.com/m07V6T0.gif
Might be mistaken but I think on Catalyst drivers it was like a constant 300core/1000mem whenever I watched a DXVA accelerated video in a browser. If I watch something in PotPlayer I also get 300/1000 on non-catalyst drivers.
unfortunately hardware acceleration (h.264/dxva) in the web browser is mostly broken on both chrome and firefox, infact i'm pretty sure firefox blacklists both 15.300/16.101 and 15.201 for h.264 acceleration (you can check by going the to about:support page), not much you can do about that other than just disabling video accel in the about:config/about:flags page.

If you want opencl support i recommend a modded version of either 15.201.2401 http://support.amd.com/en-us/downloa...ev=15.201.2401 or 15.201.2601.1005 http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/...0c6588b842.cab (or just the libs) since these are probably the last true drivers to support non gcn cards 100%.
   
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Default 08-25-2016, 01:38 | posts: 70 | Location: Florida

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P. S. never really noticed it but are these constant core/vram clock and voltage spikes normal when I watch a twitch stream?
http://i.imgur.com/m07V6T0.gif
Might be mistaken but I think on Catalyst drivers it was like a constant 300core/1000mem whenever I watched a DXVA accelerated video in a browser. If I watch something in PotPlayer I also get 300/1000 on non-catalyst drivers.
I'm only seeing one jump from 300 to 775 (max is 900) at the start of a vid, no voltage spikes on twitch & youtube, 60fps. However the 300 didn't jump to 775 on youtube so it likely was something else.

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unfortunately hardware acceleration (h.264/dxva) in the web browser is mostly broken on both chrome and firefox, infact i'm pretty sure firefox blacklists both 15.300/16.101 and 15.201 for h.264 acceleration (you can check by going the to about:support page), not much you can do about that other than just disabling video accel in the about:config/about:flags page.
So basically all legacy drivers (including modded) for Windows 10 have broken HWA? And yeah, h264 HW decode in FFX is unavailable, at least on these modded drivers.
I also know that Chrome blacklisted all 15.201.xx drivers from using DX11 in browser, forcing DX9Ex.

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If you want opencl support i recommend a modded version of either 15.201.2401 http://support.amd.com/en-us/downloa...ev=15.201.2401 or 15.201.2601.1005 http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/...0c6588b842.cab (or just the libs) since these are probably the last true drivers to support non gcn cards 100%.
I already use OpenCL dlls from the 15.201.2601.1005 with this (16.101.2901.1001) modded driver. Everything works more or less fine besides the HWA issues and those random clock spikes if I use Flash on twitch, which almost non-existent if I disable Flash on twitch: http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/16/08/25/scd.png

I wonder how old NVIDIA cards are doing right now in this regard.

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upd. there was a [manufacturer] line missing in the inf file. Added it and driver installed without any issues, however OpenCL is missing. Do I need to use dlls from the Catalyst drivers or driver didn't install correctly?
OpenCL working for me, version v2.0.4.0 and it's all there in the inf, also the description reads the following:

Package Includes:
Display Driver
OpenCL Runtime
DisplayPort and HDMI audio driver

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due to issues with Radeon settings(overriding msi afterburner weirdness).
I assume by overriding MSIAB you mean custom fan profiles?
I use OC in a couple of game profiles (fan settings are on Auto) in RS but I also want to use MSIAB for hardware monitoring and RivaTuner overlay. Should I uninstall RS and use CCC or RS and MSIAB should work fine provided I don't use overclock and fan profiles in MSIAB?
   
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For firefox make sure you are running Win8 or newer and set:
media.windows-media-foundation.allow-d3d11-dxva;true
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I assume by overriding MSIAB you mean custom fan profiles?
I use OC in a couple of game profiles (fan settings are on Auto) in RS but I also want to use MSIAB for hardware monitoring and RivaTuner overlay. Should I uninstall RS and use CCC or RS and MSIAB should work fine provided I don't use overclock and fan profiles in MSIAB?
the issues i had were with clock speeds set by afterburner, crimson would override(killing radeon settings would fix it), not really sure why, could just be my system configuration.
   
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For firefox make sure you are running Win8 or newer and set:
media.windows-media-foundation.allow-d3d11-dxva;true
media.hardware-video-decoding.failed;false
Doesn't seem to fully work on these drivers and latest Firefox DevEdition.

Installed 15.6 just for the test and H264 decoding was available with D3D11 render (no errors or blacklists whatsoever). However 1080p60fps videos on Youtube were dropping frames, slowing down and had A/V sync issues after a couple of seconds of playback.
And in Chrome most twitch and webm high fps videos have green/purple tint.

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For firefox make sure you are running Win8 or newer and set:
media.windows-media-foundation.allow-d3d11-dxva;true
media.hardware-video-decoding.failed;false
Thanks... working here w/16.101 & 15.301... Hardware H264 Decoding Yes; Using D3D11 API

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However 1080p60fps videos on Youtube were dropping frames, slowing down and had A/V sync issues after a couple of seconds of playback.
And in Chrome most twitch and webm high fps videos have green/purple tint.
and that is why they are blacklisted lmao.

Even so most of these problems are not the drivers themselves, for firefox switching to cisco openh264 is the main reason and chromes Hwa implementation is really buggy(at least it was,the last time i checked).
   
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and that is why they are blacklisted lmao.
Even so most of these problems are not the drivers themselves, for firefox switching to cisco openh264 is the main reason and chromes Hwa implementation is really buggy(at least it was,the last time i checked).
Well with the 15.6 drivers Firefox enables H264 HW decode with D3D11 render but the problem with videos slowing down and dropping frames still persists. Maybe that's because 15.6 aren't officially supported on Win10 but whatever. So it seems like the only solution for legacy cards is to disable HWA for videos in Chrome and Firefox to get rid of all the issues?
   
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Well with the 15.6 drivers Firefox enables H264 HW decode with D3D11 render but the problem with videos slowing down and dropping frames still persists. Maybe that's because 15.6 aren't officially supported on Win10 but whatever. So it seems like the only solution for legacy cards is to disable HWA for videos in Chrome and Firefox to get rid of all the issues?
problem probably wasn't noticed until later versions of amds driver,

.its not just legacy cards btw, many cards are having problems, amd, intel and nvidia cards alike
   
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There's a newer revision of the 16.101.2901 driver on windows update - 16.101.2901.1003.

I found also a newer FirePro driver there which supports non-gcn gpus - DriverVer=05/06/2016, 15.201.2901.1004
   
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There's a newer revision of the 16.101.2901 driver on windows update - 16.101.2901.1003.

I found also a newer FirePro driver there which supports non-gcn gpus - DriverVer=05/06/2016, 15.201.2901.1004
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15.201.2901.1004 Firepro driver is signed for non-gcn gpu's.

Opencl and Ulps(only with Windows 7) is working too.

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