Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by ReaperXL2, Jun 15, 2017.
I can't for the life of me, find the section where the timings are...
Probably not sully supported feature. An for Fiji, it shows just memory setting straps. Not really of any value to me, since I wrote them to bios.
After a Windows restart, It started to show the timings.
Solved, reshade was causing it in conjunction with radeon pro which i use for the dynamic v-sync and ambient occlusion
Where do i find about those timings, google is not giving me any result..mine are shown as a series of letters and numbers that doesn't make sense to me:
1500 MHz 777133200000CE516A3D90551112309649904AE6022339D874114206A890A02012015F292F94273116
I know this is getting old, but are there any news regarding 17.7 and what it might bring (have been some speculation regarding the branching) or do I have to dig some more?
I think they are focusing Vega performance.
No news, probably a new branch yea.
I'm as clueless as you are.
Check this thread or ask in it...I cannot remember off hand for Hawaii memory timing decoding...but this would be a better place for possible decoding your memory strap. Polaris cards have a tool for it.
Here is another project I just ran across for R( memory strap decoding..not really read it but here you go: http://www.overclock.net/t/1629357/r-timings-encode-decode-rx-r9-memory-straps
don't bother with it but this means 17.7 on amd's site soon.
3 months since the last whql, the timing seems about right to me. :banana:
Probably doesn't give that much but dumping that atiapfxx.blb file:
17.6.2 (Dated June 13th.)
17.7.x (Dated June 30th.)
Still on the 17.10 branch. (Vega's "17.6" driver was supposedly using 17.20)
EDIT: Small change to the Unigine Haven crossfire profile flag and the flag for Mass Effect Andromeda and Dirt 4.
EDIT: Going by this image the Vega driver also brings over some of the settings that were earlier part of the legacy CLI bit of the Crimson software.
(Mainly for bios info but that image does show the Crimson software now also contains color depth and pixel format settings.)
Thank you again, you are so fast, lol!
June 30??! Hmm maybe they will release that as whql, and after some days they will release a beta version with color depth and pixel format implemented.
Just a guess from me...
Why would the additional display settings have to be beta?
I mean, maybe they have passed the 17.7.1 for whql testing without the additional display settings, (since Jonas said its not new branch like vega driver)...
That was my thinking...i hope that makes sense.
not faster than 17.6.2