AMD Radeon Crimson 17.7.2 WHQL Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Jul 26, 2017.

  1. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Oh? Hmm seems AMD is just being a bit vague or trying to focus a bit too much on Polaris I guess then but that's good then that there's one less thing that's exclusive to newer GPU's for some arbitrary reason. :)
    (Well it should but it seems to not be 100% working yet for some systems, figures.)

    It's color and hue settings after all, should be standard and it's taken a little bit too long to get them back to the Radeon Settings software but it seems the legacy settings are finally being retired.
    (They're still installed with this driver though but I don't know if they serve any purpose now, someone said they could be accessed via the Eyefinity settings.)
     
  2. Black Boy

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    I'm Sorry So Where is Power state control for RX 480?!
     
  3. Krteq

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    What exactly do you mean by power state control? You can adjust freq and voltage for each power state, but you can't edit power state switching.
     
  4. Black Boy

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    But There is no such thing for me.
    [​IMG]
    Edit: I Mean Where is this:
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  5. Krteq

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    Can you please upload larger images? I can barely see anything there.
     
  6. Black Boy

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    Yes Sorry about That.

    This is My Computer:
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    And its how it should be:

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    Sorry For my English!
     
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    Since I'm stuck with Wattman for OCing, is there a tip for making the VRAM speed more granular? From 1420Mhz it jumps directly to 1435Mhz whereas my card is stable at 1430 only.
     
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  9. HeavySmok

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    Hi. I have an r7 360 and enable radeon chill. I have only one game that support that future and it's world of tanks. But in games wattman profile there is no fps limit's...Anyone have similar problem?

    When i activate it fps can reach only 40 fps. I use a freesync monitor (range 48-75).

    How can i set the limits from 48-75 to radeon chill?

    Thx in advanced.

    P.S i can't post image because the system says i have only 2 post :p
     
  10. Fox2232

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    It is funny. Driver I did not expect to be released (since I expected next one to be for Vega) caused pretty uprising.
    Even more so, since uprising is caused by people angry that they did not receive features they did not even expect to get in 1st place.

    New sync? Great, who did promise it to me? Not AMD. Not for this month.
    Color profiling back? Not expected to be back again that soon. I do use windows per monitor profiles anyway.
    Shader cache for DX9? Good, but which DX9 game truly needs improved loading times or other boosts?

    Another bump in draw calls? Why? Probably Vega needs it.
    ...

    At this point I wonder if I should try to hack-in this new sync or simply wait for Driver After Vega.
     

  11. OnnA

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    ^^ 17.8.x is for Us :D
     
  12. Alessio1989

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    rainbow texture glitch still not fixed in fallout 4. Yes, it's a drive issue, since to fix it you need to restart the system.
    And no, extracting the full textures archives does not fix nothing but completely broke the mip-maps loadings since the invalidation of the ba2 archives requires to load all the things directly in memory (and since it's about 30GB of "unzipped" textures you cannot load them properly) which cause bad texture streaming, more texture popping and stuttering.

    edit: with this driver is getting worst :\ at least I can finally enable freesync on ultrawide.
     
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  13. Rambo

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    Did some benches in GTA V (Steam version). I was using in-built benchmark to get a predictable methodology and...

    17.7.2
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 36.829014, 138.784424, 41.135654
    Pass 1, 37.847214, 99.619408, 40.657280
    Pass 2, 37.234364, 98.931564, 72.980766
    Pass 3, 67.839180, 134.902756, 78.857140
    Pass 4, 77.206841, 107.597008, 86.944977
    Pass 5, 68.861130, 94.808495, 80.256989
    Pass 6, 72.218216, 136.092590, 88.810135
    Pass 7, 50.590034, 145.835526, 91.765114

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 7.205420, 27.152506, 24.309811
    Pass 1, 10.038204, 26.422024, 24.595840
    Pass 2, 10.107998, 26.856911, 13.702240
    Pass 3, 7.412747, 14.740745, 12.681160
    Pass 4, 9.293939, 12.952220, 11.501527
    Pass 5, 10.547578, 14.521980, 12.459974
    Pass 6, 7.347939, 13.846922, 11.259976
    Pass 7, 6.857040, 19.766739, 10.897388

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 8/385 frames (2.08%)
    Pass 1: 5/383 frames (1.31%)
    Pass 2: 488/580 frames (84.14%)
    Pass 3: 744/744 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 823/823 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 5: 759/759 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 6: 835/835 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 7: 10292/10364 frames (99.31%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 385/385 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 383/383 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 580/580 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 744/744 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 823/823 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 5: 759/759 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 6: 835/835 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 7: 10364/10364 frames (100.00%)
    2.
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 56.312698, 91.940468, 81.504387
    Pass 1, 71.524467, 104.226173, 86.754974
    Pass 2, 68.334007, 100.166603, 80.284218
    Pass 3, 72.209045, 138.480072, 89.510353
    Pass 4, 35.226559, 134.080612, 92.465736

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 10.876603, 17.757984, 12.269279
    Pass 1, 9.594519, 13.981230, 11.526716
    Pass 2, 9.983367, 14.634002, 12.455749
    Pass 3, 7.221256, 13.848680, 11.171892
    Pass 4, 7.458200, 28.387672, 10.814816

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 768/769 frames (99.87%)
    Pass 1: 821/821 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 759/759 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 841/841 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10378/10471 frames (99.11%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 769/769 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 821/821 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 759/759 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 841/841 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10471/10471 frames (100.00%)
    3.
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 66.763359, 135.041656, 83.426163
    Pass 1, 78.571274, 115.482140, 86.803444
    Pass 2, 67.331520, 95.003952, 80.137581
    Pass 3, 71.161766, 135.497757, 88.298782
    Pass 4, 21.881176, 152.575928, 92.366577

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 7.405122, 14.978275, 11.986648
    Pass 1, 8.659348, 12.727298, 11.520280
    Pass 2, 10.525878, 14.851885, 12.478539
    Pass 3, 7.380196, 14.052490, 11.325185
    Pass 4, 6.554114, 45.701382, 10.826427

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 787/787 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 821/821 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 758/758 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 831/831 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10455/10468 frames (99.88%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 787/787 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 821/821 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 758/758 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 831/831 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10467/10468 frames (99.99%)
    17.7.1
    1.
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 60.037571, 133.524185, 81.255104
    Pass 1, 64.517532, 131.323364, 88.389725
    Pass 2, 57.440563, 160.022247, 83.126015
    Pass 3, 58.123947, 150.914932, 90.616043
    Pass 4, 49.807552, 173.065063, 93.510780

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 7.489280, 16.656237, 12.306919
    Pass 1, 7.614791, 15.499662, 11.313532
    Pass 2, 6.249131, 17.409300, 12.029928
    Pass 3, 6.626249, 17.204613, 11.035573
    Pass 4, 5.778174, 20.077276, 10.693954

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 766/767 frames (99.87%)
    Pass 1: 825/825 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 770/779 frames (98.84%)
    Pass 3: 832/838 frames (99.28%)
    Pass 4: 10408/10522 frames (98.92%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 767/767 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 825/825 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 779/779 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 838/838 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10522/10522 frames (100.00%)
    2.
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 63.290165, 135.994965, 82.476944
    Pass 1, 16.304207, 210.706482, 89.280373
    Pass 2, 56.376041, 133.430130, 82.817474
    Pass 3, 57.895012, 143.660706, 88.848747
    Pass 4, 48.440613, 178.500519, 93.122620

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 7.353213, 15.800243, 12.124600
    Pass 1, 4.745938, 61.333862, 11.200670
    Pass 2, 7.494559, 17.738031, 12.074746
    Pass 3, 6.960845, 17.272646, 11.255083
    Pass 4, 5.602225, 20.643835, 10.738529

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 777/777 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 812/818 frames (99.27%)
    Pass 2: 769/778 frames (98.84%)
    Pass 3: 826/828 frames (99.76%)
    Pass 4: 10386/10482 frames (99.08%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 777/777 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 816/818 frames (99.76%)
    Pass 2: 778/778 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 828/828 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10482/10482 frames (100.00%)
    3.
    Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 57.943211, 134.530289, 83.218376
    Pass 1, 61.101486, 140.095886, 88.405800
    Pass 2, 57.394157, 133.833359, 82.400589
    Pass 3, 55.983612, 148.703735, 89.726746
    Pass 4, 49.188251, 184.218781, 93.065002

    Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
    Pass 0, 7.433270, 17.258278, 12.016577
    Pass 1, 7.137969, 16.366215, 11.311475
    Pass 2, 7.471979, 17.423376, 12.135836
    Pass 3, 6.724781, 17.862370, 11.144949
    Pass 4, 5.428328, 20.330057, 10.745178

    Frames under 16ms (for 60fps):
    Pass 0: 780/784 frames (99.49%)
    Pass 1: 825/826 frames (99.88%)
    Pass 2: 770/776 frames (99.23%)
    Pass 3: 834/839 frames (99.40%)
    Pass 4: 10323/10476 frames (98.54%)

    Frames under 33ms (for 30fps):
    Pass 0: 784/784 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 1: 826/826 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 2: 776/776 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 3: 839/839 frames (100.00%)
    Pass 4: 10476/10476 frames (100.00%)
    Settings:
    Display: 1920x1080 (FullScreen) @ 75Hz VSync OFF
    Tessellation: 2
    LodScale: 1.000000
    PedLodBias: 0.200000
    VehicleLodBias: 0.000000
    ShadowQuality: 1
    ReflectionQuality: 1
    ReflectionMSAA: 0
    SSAO: 2
    AnisotropicFiltering: 16
    MSAA: 0
    MSAAFragments: 0
    MSAAQuality: 0
    SamplingMode: 0
    TextureQuality: 1
    ParticleQuality: 1
    WaterQuality: 1
    GrassQuality: 0
    ShaderQuality: 1
    Shadow_SoftShadows: 1
    UltraShadows_Enabled: false
    Shadow_ParticleShadows: true
    Shadow_Distance: 1.000000
    Shadow_LongShadows: false
    Shadow_SplitZStart: 0.930000
    Shadow_SplitZEnd: 0.890000
    Shadow_aircraftExpWeight: 0.990000
    Shadow_DisableScreenSizeCheck: false
    Reflection_MipBlur: true
    FXAA_Enabled: true
    TXAA_Enabled: false
    Lighting_FogVolumes: true
    Shader_SSA: true
    DX_Version: 2
    CityDensity: 1.000000
    PedVarietyMultiplier: 0.800000
    VehicleVarietyMultiplier: 0.800000
    PostFX: 1
    DoF: false
    HdStreamingInFlight: false
    MaxLodScale: 0.000000
    MotionBlurStrength: 0.000000
    My rig
    === SYSTEM ===
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (6.2, Build 9200)
    DX Feature Level: 11.0
    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4690 CPU @ 3.50GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.5GHz
    16384MB RAM
    Radeon RX 560 Series (AMD Radeon HD 7970M), 2093MB, Driver Version.
    Frequencies: 1343MHz/2000MHz +50mV pstate7 and +175% power limit.
    FreeSync works with 48-75Hz other synchronization was disabled

    nothing special. Maybe if I had a weaker CPU in related to my GPU... Anyway I noticed that Chill in GTA V works f:banana:ing great. I'm so suprised but I didn't predict that.
     
  14. mtrai

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  15. mtrai

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    For people ... Hue etc is working for both my GPUs RX 480 modded to 580 and HD 7770 in the same system. Not gonna bother with screen shots....but yes it is working.
     

  16. ReaperXL2

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    Ok, @Unwinder stated that MSI AB worked if run in unofficial mode but default mode would need a SDK update for a fix to be implemented (new compatibility).

    here is my screen when applying clocks via MSI AB (unofficial mode) to 17.7.2 (27.7.2017 .exe) : [​IMG]

    As you can see, profile is created & applied, yet no clock adjustment takes place...

    Tried to force clocks along with clockblocker with the same result...

    seems MSI AB is completely foooked right now through no fault of anybody (well, progress is the real villain here :p )...

    Just thought I would give a headsup with regard to MSI AB...

    Fyi : I run Asus R9 390 / Win10 home x64 (fully updated)...

    Peace peeps :cheers:
     
  17. RzrTrek

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    It can't come any sooner.
     
  18. Gothik

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    I found that installing the High Resolution Textures cured the rainbow texture glitch in Fallout 4 for me, though I admit it's not the ideal solution. While it probably is a driver issue, it's something Bethesda definitely broke in one of their updates rather than being AMDs fault. IIRC it was after Beth added some Nvidia gameworks option, though I can't remember which one.
     
  19. LocoDiceGR

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    Am i the only one here that doesnt have any problem with the installation/driver?

    Weird..........
     
  20. MKuhlberg

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    Welp. No enhanced sync for the non current chips :(

    Not surprised. But I am surprised by the fact that MSI Afterburner no longer hooks the gpu properly, clock setting for core and mem don't stick, Power and temp limits are greyed out entirely. But for some odd reason voltage DOES stick and so does custom fan profile.
    But if I try to use wattman to oc clocks and power limit DO stick, but I can only change the vram voltage, or undervolt the core, not increase it. tried changing the core voltage with afterburner, and using wattman to raise volts but after 20 minutes or so the driver notices the volts are higher than expected and restarts itself at stock, crashing whatever game im in, despite running perfectly fine for those first 20 mins...

    Anyone have any ideas or should I just roll back to 17.7.1 where everything still worked? I Need the extra volts for a stable 1125 core 1610 vram. been running this oc for a year flawlessly untill this update :(
     

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