AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.12.1 driver download & discussion

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  1. GamerBoyManuel16

    GamerBoyManuel16 Active Member

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    I'm really curious when they'll release it and how much issues it will introduce xD

    Probably tomorrow or tuesday?
     
  2. zeusola

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    Do people even use the newish driver features? I don't use... anti-lag, enhanced sync, chill, frtc, I'm on windows 7 so no sharpening.
    I do use Freesync and Relive. I've tried all the others and they can have their uses, but atm all are just off.
     
  3. Krteq

    Krteq Master Guru

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    Using all of them except ReLive.
     
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  4. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Anti-lag, Enhanced sync, Chill, Freesync, RIS, FRT, HBCC and Relive (for screens).
    Not all options in all games ;)

    e.g. No chill in BFV.
     
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  5. MerolaC

    MerolaC Ancient Guru

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    I use Enhanced Sync, Anti-Lag for some games, I recently started using Chill, Freesync always, RIS too.
    Only thing I do not use is Relive.
     
  6. Undying

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    Enhanced sync isnt working well with freesync in my case. I've noticed some stuttering so i just leave it off. Also using ris, its nice.
     
  7. Seren

    Seren Master Guru

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    Since I'm still using an FX8320 (still waiting on motherboard and RAM to arrive for my 3600), I use Anti-lag in just 1 game, it doesn't work well in games that are CPU bottlenecked. Enhanced sync I used to use all the time before I got a freesync monitor but since I got 1, it seems pointless (but I see people enabling with FS???). Chill is awesome, I use it about half my games but after I get my 3600 up and running I'll probably switch to Anti-lag. FCTC I used to enable but it's better to use chill as FRTC seems to cause input lagg. RIS is enabled, I absolutely love it but right now I can only use in DX9/10/11 games if I use DXVK or D9VK. I'm really not a big fan of it being a global toggle though since there are games where you can't turn off sharpening. Relive I use sometimes when I quickly need to record something but I leave it disabled when not using. VSR I haven't used since I got this 1440p monitor but there's really not too many games my 570 can play at 4k anyways but I might try it sometime.
     
  8. MaCk0y

    MaCk0y Master Guru

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    What voltage and clock speed target did you set?
     
  9. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    3 Days for 5500 XT Product launch & reviews, im gonna make a wild guess...for the driver is gonna be released this week...

    Maybe the reviewers already got it for the 5500 to test. :)
     
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  10. rflair

    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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  11. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    GPU-Z was also updated today for supporting this and what I guess is the Adrenaline 2020 driver (Wonder if it changed something to require that?) unless NVIDIA is pushing a newer driver branch too so said driver can't be too far out. :)
    https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-gpu-z/

    EDIT: Well it kinda says AMD driver right there doesn't it...definitively has to be the NVIDIA 445.xx or something ha ha!

    Oh well probably ... soon. :D
    (Guess it might be a bit before the 5500's go on sale so might not be the general Wednesday release cycle, would be nice with a early week release for this new driver hah.)
     
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  12. MaCk0y

    MaCk0y Master Guru

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    Did you try OCCT 3D test with error detection? I immediately get errors with those settings.
     
  13. rflair

    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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    I hadn't used OCCT in years, but you were right, took 1.151v to not get errors.
    OCCT pushed the junction temperature to 110c after 30 minutes, LoL, the fuzzy donut is a killer.
     
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  14. Passus

    Passus Maha Guru

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    I have managed to get my temps down to core just over 70c hot spot 85c and mem temps 80c by placing a fan blowing across the card to the back of the case

    my msi mech oc has open ended fins so the extra fan mnakes the air travel 1 way instead of both
     
  15. Krteq

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    New info about Radeon SW 2020 Edition driver - A lot of new features :)
    VCZ - AMD announces Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition drivers
     

  16. JonasBeckman

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    Radeon Software 2020
    • New UI (now also available in-game)
    • AMD Link enhancements
      • (new ultra bitrate (50 Mbps, x265 encoding, instant GIFs)
      • Cleaner interface
      • Unified look for Radeon Software App
    • Radeon Boost
      • Faster, more fluid gaming by adjusting the resolution
      • Little to no perceptible change in image quality
      • More responsive
      • Support for 8 games at launch: Overwatch (up to 38% faster), PUBG (up to 22% faster), Borderlands 3, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider (up to 10% faster), Destiny 2, GTA5, COD WW2
    • Tuning Tab
      • Custom tune your graphics card and get additional performance for your game
      • Simplified view and auto-tuning presets for notice users
      • Advanced engine, memory, voltage and fan settings for enthusiasts
      • Easily track your system performance while you game
    • Streaming Tab
      • Stream your game or desktop directly online
      • Improved stability
      • Easy to launch, configure and use directly from your game
      • Dedicated control area for streaming
      • Mixer, Twitch, Youtube support, multiple scenes etc.
    • DirectML media filters
      • Visual noise reduction and upscaling filters utilizing machine learning
    • Image Sharpening
      • Clearer details where they matter, with less than 2% impact on performance
      • Adds DX11 games
      • Control degree of sharpness
      • Toggle on/off while in game
    • Radeon Anti-lag
      • Reduces input lag, delivering quicker responses
      • Adds DX9 support for pre-RX5000 GPUs
      • Global activation
    • Integer Display Scaling
      • Gives classic games a retro, pixel-art-style look
      • Ultra-crisp scaling option for high-PPI displays
      • No-performance-cost option
    • Web Browser
      • integrated browser helps gamers get important information
      • Direct access to video tutorials
    • System status
      • Get notified if your hardware is below minimum developer game specification
      • Quickly check your AMD Link connection status
      • It’s never been easier to keep your system up to date
    • Game Center
      • Launch your games from one location regardless of store
      • Adjust Radeon Software settings on each game
      • Track gaming and performance stats
    • User profiles
      • Gaming/eSports/Standard
      • Ideal for novice users
      • One-click presets
    • Installer
      • One-Click setup with improved factory reset
      • Keep my settings between installation
      • Up to 34% faster install time
    [​IMG]
     
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  18. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    I made a new thread, lets talk there.
     
  19. ms178

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    I use Anti-Lag, Chill and Freesync. Especially as I am on a reference Vega (I will move to a Morpheus II soon), it reduces the noise and power consumption dramatically. With the better cooler, I'd like to use Anti-Lag more in shooters, e.g. Battlefield 1 and V as I noticed quite a bit of reduction while gaming with it, but power consumption is around 200 - 220 W with that feature and it would be great if Anti-Lag could be mixed with Chill.
     
  20. geronimo666

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    is morpheus II compatible with vega, or you mean you'll get a vega edition?
    I can't find vega edition anywhere here in EU :-(.
     

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