So, let's summarize: GCN v1.0 card holders are still suffering from the UVD bug after 6 months. AMD has not yet acknowledged this issue and chances are, they will never fix the bug. In fact I would expect them to move GCN v1.0 cards to legacy branch and stop releasing driver updates for them after releasing of the VEGA cards. AMD's overclocking API is broken on all cards except the Fury and RX series which creates severe compatibility issues with third-party overclocking utilities. Nothing can be done about this but wait for a fix from AMD. Since this issue also affects their own Wattman, there is some glimmer of hope that they would fix it, but there is no guarantee. Some points to pay attention to when replying: If you have a Fury or RX card, you don't need to keep telling us that everything works smoothly for you, WE ALREADY KNOW; these bugs do not affect you, so of course everything works for you. If you have one of the affected cards but are not experiencing the issue, you are either extremely lucky or you are not looking hard enough; stop blaming the user for an issue that pretty much everyone is experiencing except you. If you think we should upgrade because our cards are too old, save your breath; AMD has given us little to no reason in the past 6 months to trust them and spend money on them again. If you think we should go and tinker with our card's BIOS because AMD's engineers are too lazy to fix what they broke, despite the fact that this is exactly what they are being paid for, again save your breath; we didn't give AMD money to have to do their job for them.