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Download: Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.7.1 driver - Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Tadeo, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    looks like fidelityfx and sharpening are Navi features only.

    Did a clean install and everything seems fine on my 580.
     
  2. spajdrik

    spajdrik Ancient Guru

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    Will get RX 5700 later, I hope these features will be useful :)
     
  3. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Vega & Navi for best performance (it needs Rapid Packed Math)
    But should work on any Radeon IMhO (We will have the Tweak sooner or later, so no worry)

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  4. spajdrik

    spajdrik Ancient Guru

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    OnnA : thanks for the info:cool:
     

  5. passenger

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    Memory clock still stuck on maximum.
     
  6. WIPER0

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    if you have rx 590 installer didint see your graphics card because developers did forget to add rx 590 I cheked some xml and ı saw 19.6.3 rx 590 line not added 19.7.1 xml and I try to bypass or force didint work
     
  7. spectatorx

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    When anti-lag is enabled on game launch i'm getting sort of "beep" sound, 2-3 sounds tune. Anyone else having that?
     
  8. GSDragoon

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    Yeah, chill does that too. It makes a sound when you enable and disable the setting.
     
  9. Caenyss

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    That's because Anti-lag disables Chill.. I'm still trying to figure out which one's best for my needs.
     
  10. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Just use frtc and anti-lag.
     
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  11. Caenyss

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    That's a no for frtc but thanks.
     
  12. KyleStilkey

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    Yes, all GCN cards support it but reading by the footnotes it looks like in just DX11 and not 9 which seems weird to me.
     
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  13. DmitryKo

    DmitryKo Master Guru

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    Setup would not run with existing Adrenalin 19.6.3 driver - had to use DDU first.

    10 bpc can now be set with my HDR monitor- this fix was supposed to come in May driver.
     
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  14. mtrai

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    This is correct for now is all I can say on this sound. Also the sound can be different depending on some of your windows sounds settings. Not sure where the sound is being called from yet. As I have the windows tada while most have the default 3 sound thing.

    Also verifying if anti-lag should be automatically disabling chill was not discovered in testing.

    Keep in mind I share as much as I can, when I can, but I am bound by a strick NDA. I do report everything y'all post in these driver threads especially if I can repo it. Otherwise I will ask another member to try to repo so we can report issues.
     
  15. mtrai

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    Checking this out...being tested right now...upgrade worked. Clean install not installing confirmed as an issue and is reported.
     
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  16. spectatorx

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    Has anyone seen any article covering anti-lag in more depth than official docs from amd? Any kind of test of this feature of how it works, if works at all and so on?

    Personally i did enable it in few games and if it is not placebo then i felt quite big difference in ac syndicate which i'm recently playing through and lesser effect in bf1 and rainbow six siege. Especially in syndicate image and controls felt significantly more smooth but kinda floaty.
     
  17. mtrai

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    Nope there is not much on this feature....we have no way to check or benchmark it. That was an issue that was brought up.
     
  18. Eastcoasthandle

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    Does Anti-Lag work with Freesync on?
    And what should we notice most with it on?
     
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    No, it doesn't. I want to be clear what it is that it will improve on.
    For example, can we see the difference when using RTSS's OSD?
    2nd example, others are saying although it's "enabled" it doesn't work with freesync.
    3rd example, will Radeon include a OSD bar graph to actually show the difference in a future driver?

    I want to be clear on the subject.
    No offense, but that's not asking a who lot for someone who actually knows the product.
     

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