Hello there, After seeing asder00's thread about modding the "R9 3xx" driver, by using driver DLLs, I thought it would be a good idea to have a dll repository for people who might want to try a specific driver with a specific game, without uninstalling their current drivers. The procedure is simple. 1) Open the link, select the API that your game/app is using and navigate to the driver you want. 2) Find where the actual executable of the game you want to run resides (no launchers, the actual .exe), and paste the files in there. The game will work as long as your hardware is supported by the driver version of the DLLs in question and the WDDM version of the driver you inject is the same as the one you have installed. 3) Play. [==================================] I have created a Google Survey for performance depending the configuration and driver version. Please take 30 seconds of your time and reply. No login is required. Once we have a meaningful sample, I'll start posting the results in this post. The more of us reply, the better our data will be. Please tell me if you want me to add more games to the survey. NOTE: If you upgrade to a new driver altogether and you want to use it with your game, you HAVE to delete the dll files. The dlls are not magic, if your hardware is not supported by the driver they belong to, then they won't work and they might crash your computer. You cannot use legacy hardware with them. PRECAUTIONS: If your game crashes when you put the DLL in the correct folder, various issues might be the cause. 1) Programs that try to "hook" on the game process. Some examples are: Raptr/Gaming Evolved, Xsplit, OBS, Riva Tuner Statistics Server, D3D Overrider, MSI Afterburner, RadeonPro. You can even try removing SweetFX/Reshade/ENB files from the game's directory, if it insists on not running. 2) The driver DLL you are using has incompatibilities with the Catalyst version you have installed. It is generally a good idea to make sure that the driver DLL you are putting in the game's folder is older than the main driver you use. Drivers that are meant to work for older versions of Windows (especially with different WDDM versions), will most likely not work between them. (If you are on Windows 10 with WDDM 2.0, the DLL of a driver supporting WDDM 1.3 won't work). 3) Remote possibility that your antivirus believes that some kind of weird DLL injection is going on. 4) If you really need to try everything, you can try disabling the Catalyst Control Center from starting with the computer. If you use Windows 7: Start ---> Run ---> Type 'msconfig' and press enter. Go to the Startup tab and untick the checkbox next to 'Catalyst Control Center'. If you use Windows 8/8.1/10: Open the Task Manger, press the More Details arrow, go to the Startup tab, right click on the 'Catalyst Control Center' entry and select 'Disable'. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect. RESULTS: Anybody can manually see the results here. Once I'll have a meaningful sample I'll try to make them more presentable. REQUESTS: Feel free to ask for specific driver versions, I'll try to put them up as soon as possible. LOL: If you make Youtube videos with files taken from this thread and this repository, please at least have to balls to link back, we could always use more testing. Same for any other linking from anywhere else.