Download: AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.7.5 drivers

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    in what seems to be an unending clusterfrack of driver releases, AMD just outted their 5th driver, one day after the 4th release. This one fixes a crash with Wolfenstein: Youngblood and a number of o...

    >> Download: AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.7.5 drivers

    Fixed Issues
    • Wolfenstein™: Youngblood may experience an application crash or hang on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.
    Known Issues
    • Some system configurations may experience green color corruption after install of Radeon Software when running Windows® 10 May 2019 update.
    • Stutter may be experienced when Radeon FreeSync is enabled on 240hz refresh displays with Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products.
    • Radeon Performance Metrics may report incorrect VRAM utilization.
    • AMD Radeon VII may experience elevated memory clocks at idle or on desktop.
    • Radeon Overlay may intermittently fail to appear when toggled in game.
    • Audio for clips captured by Radeon ReLive may be corrupted or garbled when desktop recording is enabled.
    • Radeon RX 5700 Series Graphics may experience a black screen during uninstall on Windows®7 system configurations. A work around is to perform uninstall in safe mode.
    • Recording clips with Radeon ReLive may result in blank clips on Radeon RX 5700 Series Graphics with Windows®7 system configurations.
    • Enabling Enhanced Sync may cause game, application or system crashes on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products
    Package Contents
    The Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.7.5 installation package contains the following:

    • Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.7.5 Driver Version 19.30.01.25 (Windows Driver Store Version 26.20.13001.25001)
     
  2. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Let them coming as long they are fixing stuff.
     
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  3. pakoo

    pakoo Member Guru

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    LEL, another driver?. Maybe im download and test my 5700 xt
     
  4. passenger

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    I didn't know that even new RX 5700XT have stuck memory problems.
     
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  5. Goiur

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    procreating hell, 5 drivers in July.

    No summer for the driver team.
     
  6. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    At least they work on it and focus on most critical issues.
     
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  7. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Yeah 19.7.1 to 19.7.3 fixing several issues and then a quick two additional drivers for GTA V and Wolfenstein Youngblood for the 5700 GPU's not bad though I guess the driver overall is fairly similar to 19.7.3 in most other aspects but you never know. :)

    Oh and the Vulkan runtime is up to 1.1.114.0 now on the official website.
    https://vulkan.lunarg.com/sdk/home#windows
    (The driver files are using 1.1.106.0 which was followed by 1.1.108.0 and now 1.1.114.0 but it's mostly extensions so it's not like it's required but eh it's backwards compatible and I like updating. :D )

    EDIT: Hmm though for known issues and the current priority for the 5700 I had thought the enhanced sync issue would be a priority but I guess it might be for 19.8.1 and maybe a few of the other known issues and whatever else.
    (Game crashing well that's just a thing, system crashes now that's a problem.)
    (Well the games in question not even starting is also a issue, wonder what the root cause was but eh probably too technical for me to understand anyway but it got fixed.)
     
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  8. waltc3

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    Pretty sure these drivers actually fix more things than the read.me's say. Because....I didn't see any funky color screens during the 19.7.5 driver install process--which I saw in all of the 19.7.x drivers before it. I haven't tried the driver overlay for these drivers, yet, but I did have some problems in the earlier drivers with it.
     
  9. Kutep0v

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    I think it was fixed by the latest cumulative update on the Windows side. Now there is no problem even with "old" stable 19.5.2 driver.
     
  10. Montville

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    The known problems alone should not warrant another driver release - for just one F* game, seriously?!
     

  11. Jackalito

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    If AMD don't fix bugs, people complain - if they do, people complain too; typical example of damn if they do, damn if they don't.
     
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  12. Montville

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    For me, like many others here, nothing has been fixed since April this year - what are you on about?
     
  13. Krteq

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    What gamebraking bug needs that urgent fix according to you?
     
  14. Montville

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    Dunno about gamebraking but still waiting for elevated idle clocks (Polaris) to be fixed since month let alone all the other tech problems (not affecting me) - new Games are least priority.
     
  15. JonasBeckman

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    Early April...Polaris GPU.

    Maybe the higher clock speed on things like memory and changes found in Wattman though as a Vega user I haven't kept up much for Polaris issues although for the Vega cards the fan curve and changes in Wattman behavior can be troubling as well and that is still a thing too.

    Here's 19.6.1 and now the voltage is going to be a bit more aggressive but also dynamic so +20 to +50mv and there goes stability though it's not too hard to correct for but as a unlisted silent change it was a discovery the community made as some users got system stability problems measured and monitored and that little aha moment was found as to what had happened.
    (Though it's far from the first time.)

    EDIT: Ah it was the elevated clock issue so that is still a thing then plus from the release notes it's also happening on the VII now though as a separate issue but both need fixing.
    (And for the 5700 which AMD is prioritizing that enhanced sync problem needs to be resolved sooner rather than later, system stability can't be a thing after all.)
     

  16. Fox2232

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    I have not had elevated GPU clocks on Polaris even on latest driver. Only elevated memory clocks due to 240Hz screen. But that is to be expected. And power draw from that is nothing crazy. Moving data costs much more energy than just having memory clocked high.
     
  17. Undying

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    I think he meant memory clocks. Basically only downside is the higher vram temps on idle.
     
  18. Montville

    Montville Member Guru

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    Wrong - 60HZ screen here and same problem!


    Both clocks are elevated but ram clock is worst @ constant ~1000Mhz

    Wrong there coz it results in sporadic desktop screen seizures let alone higher vram temps mean higher power consumption people pay for on top of the already high electricity costs!

    Stop belittling issues instead fix that S*T is the way to go

    Just amazing to see what rubbish excuses come up here to not do a proper job!
     
  19. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    You are wrong here. Any elevated GPU clocks would eat more energy than operating VRAM on 1000MHz while not using it.
    Mine was constantly on 2250MHz due to 240Hz screen. But went to minimal set in vBIOS on 60Hz.

    Basically you see some elevated clock number and without understanding of it, you try to make it look like disaster.

    What are those "desktop screen seizures" you talk about?

    And finally, if you worry about additional 8W eaten while system is idling, maybe you should not start that system at all.
    Or look for multimedia notebook. That entire device can idle at around 12~15W including PSU power efficiency. Because here 8W 24/7 would cost me around $1.3 a month.

    Considering those few hours a day my system is running idle, 8W on something like 80~100W total power draw on wall socket is easily ignored.
    Especially if I compare it to active time when my system may eat 400W+ on wall socket.
     
  20. Montville

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    Perhaps, Fox, you explain why the clocks are elevated when it was fine at idle for years? .. what's the purpose doing so?
    Why so vehemently refusing to fix that driver issue?

    No worries, I use an older driver and all is good but this kinda stubborn arrogance from AMD (driver) just tells me no more AMD GPU!


    This here is a single monitor @60Hz and my idle is 300/300 IF the driver works correctly. Lucky I keep old drivers!
     

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