Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Anvi, Nov 5, 2015.
With the official 15.11 or the UniFL driver?
We haven't used DSE for quite some time : )
The driver is signed. In regards to cleaning, I usually find that DDU does a really good job. Wagnard is also very quick to update the tool.
As for the wakeup / login issue that you encounter, I have not seen such behavior before. I haven't seen it reported before on our forums.
Maybe something is going wrong with FastBoot. You could try turning that off to see if it helps. There are a few Dell laptops suffering from shutdown / wakeup issues because of Fast Boot.
Alternatively we mod the Intel driver such as your Intel HD 4000 card with a fix that deals with shutdown / wakeup issues:
This might or might not help out seeing as I am not certain on what it is that is happening with your PXAI device.
i am playing fallout 4 now testing it on a real system and will report back
So this is for all AMD cards?
2. DX9 performance fix enabled for all AMD cards:
#HKR,, KMD_APlusISharedMiniSegmentSize, %REG_DWORD%, 0x4000000
#HKR,, KMD_APlusISharedMiniSegmentOptions, %REG_DWORD%, 0x7
Thanks to LeekM for finding this.
I have a Notebook with a AMD E-350 Processor and a AMD Radeon HD 6310 Graphics chip that i use for a few older games while travelling, Are the DX9 fixes recommended for something like this as it is not a Enduro/Hybrid.
If it is then can theese be added manually without installing the modded driver and what driver ver does that start from (currently still on 13.12 as best overall performance)
nvidia has broken another game as always #brokenworks
What makes you think so? Which games exactly?
Before the CPU overhead optimizations. I couldn't downgrade that far.
GameWorks is bad as a whole philosophy. At 4k where CPU overhead matters less, the relative performance is correct. The 390x is as fast as the 980 etc. The more the resolution drops and the CPU overhead matters, the faster (relatively to AMD cards) NVIDIA cards become.
Fury non-x with official 15.11 Beta.
OK... so the install/uninstall process is the same gpu update from unifl and amd/intel website??? the only difference from unifl is with some tweak??? if i want to uninstall unifl driver is there some cleaning process to remove unifl traces or nothing like DSE etc??? because i just want to give a shot or try this one the unifl leshcat driver...
? Are you suggesting that drivers before CPU optimizations are faster? Shouldn't it be otherwise?
We never dealt with PXAA systems such as yours but give it a shot to see if it works. We have seen this added in some PXAA infs before but I cannot guarantee that it will make a difference. Adding these dwords won't hurt : )
I have already explained cleaning a few times. DDU is perfect and enough for a good clean. The driver is signed and does not need DSE to be off.
The version that you see lists all the tweaks that we have added.
The project itself has been going for 5 years since 2010 and was initially created because AMD drivers were not capable of running on switchable laptops in their natural state.
AMD and Intel drivers had to be merged and configured manually into one hybrid driver so that they could install and run on a system. This is why it is called UnifL.
AMD only started to include working drivers which could install separately from Intel from around 13.4. This however was not enough as the switchable menus were still missing with their official drivers and switching itself resulted in a blackscreens for whole ranges (not to mention other bugs but this is where we came in and what we fixed).
This was only started to get fixed by AMD towards the Omega Drivers 14.4.
14.4 and up towards 15.11 are more or less the best drivers that fulfill users needs. There are still issues such as missing CCC menus, no switching options, no HDMI for some but we hope that the new CCC rewrite will fix a bulk of these issues.
In other matters we have recently led a massive campaign which saw AMD fix a nearly 2 year old bug which prevented Mobility 5xxx users from using Windows 8.1 and 10.
There has been a lot of progress over the years by AMD and we are keen to pass along all the remaining issues that still exist.
Thank you FunkyMike... now its clear... have a nice day mate
Thanks for the info. Tho I just realised HVEC is Fiji only...
Btw, it's HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), not HVEC.
whaaps, mode a spelhing mishtaike
it's not fiji only not by any means
Surely it's GCN 1.2 that supports hardware accelerated HEVC, not just Fiji.
the only other 1.2 is Tonga (285/380/380x).
it does as well.
So made more than a spelling mistake... still, GCN 1.2 means not supported by R9 290.