Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Jun 12, 2015.
Unfortunately that is not the driver, but Catalyst Control Center.
...Just an CCC w/o drivers? Do u have a link to original package, PrMinisterGR?..cab righ?
I don't have Windows 10, so I just downloaded the linked archive to help you guys out. The archive has only the CCC. I don't know where the original 1040 can be found unfortunately.
I bet asder have it
PM him and share with the rest of us
Windows 10 Catalyst Driver 15.200.1023.3 (Alpha)
The version I have on my 10147 build is 15.200.1023.5
Tnx, but "we" need a 15.200.1040.0 version Why did you not update to 1040 tho? WU have those...
...I am a very shy person
I installed Windows 10 build 10147 today and so far, I have the same driver as I had in 10130...
the latest update in WU is 1023.5, no idea where asder got 1040 from, I think those are for an specific number of lenovo notebooks.
Oh...that's a bummer. I guess "we" need pm to asder after all
With the latest build 10147 of Windows 10 the AMD GPU drivers it installs are:
Driver Packaging Version
2D Driver Version
OpenGL Version 184.108.40.20694
Mantle Driver Version
Mantle API Version
AMD Catalyst Control Center Version
The latest official Win10 driver (1023.5) exists in C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download as d9e19222b206b4dd6ed9813f790565c2638d0f75 (no extension; can be opened and extracted with 7-zip) with the hashes:
Not sure if it's still needed, but it would take me about an hour or so to upload if needed (someone with a faster connection may want to do it instead ).
and even though there 1023.5 driver, thank you. Interestingly, and in 1040 it came from? where the source?
I was running the asder 1040 driver in Win10 and was pretty happy with them.
But Win10 v10130 always eventually overrides my drivers and automatically re-installs the 15.200.1023.5 (15.20-150522a-184226E) drivers anyway from windows update.
I have yet to find anyone who knows how to Permanently prevent this from happening in Win 10 10130.
I don't think there's a way to stop Windows Update currently. I think in RTM there could be a way. I'd like to know too.
Maybe here? ---
I've used a script to prevent Windows Update from overriding my drivers in the past successfully. More info at:
I tried it several times, but each time I hid the AMD display driver update, windows update still updated that sucker within a minute.
So thinking to myself "there is no way windows update downloads and installs that driver that fast, it must still be keeping a copy somewhere even though i told it not when uninstalling it in device manager".
So on my last try, I uninstalled the driver through device manager and chose to delete the driver software for this device as i did earlier.
But then without rebooting, i ran DDU and allowed it to restart in safe mode to make sure the old drivers were gone.
Upon cleaning the drivers in safe mode with DDU, DDU gave me a notice that it made changes to prevent the drivers from being re-installed through windows update. (sorry I don't recall the exact wording)
I then checked with the script and sure enough the AMD display driver update was already hidden.
Sooo...long story short...the latest version of DDU hides the AMD Display driver in windows update for you which prevents windows update from re-installing that driver.:thumbup:
This driver has defiantly helped but it would seam DX12 took a dive in performance now mantle shines.. (APi test)
older driver APi score http://www.3dmark.com/aot/27207
and just for reference before some says CFX was off some side by side results that don't exactly make sense... http://www.3dmark.com/compare/aot/27207/aot/38174/aot/34861
Is there anyone that tested these drivers for overhead in both windows 8.1 and windows 10? I am curious to what extend Windows 10 and WDDM 2.0 improves things. I am thinking about installing Windows 10 already. If the difference is big enough, I will jump in the technical preview