Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by mylipho15, Feb 5, 2021.
"It change nothing"
Then why it is pinned by guru3D mods?
It's real AFMF driver, only cons polaris/vega can't do AFMF feature. Just change inf driver version without matching amd kernel driver resulting in code 31 or driver not working because inf version mismatching with amd kernel.
Is not just single driver release. Like inside package 23.11.1, there are plenty preset like 23.11.1 with 22.5.1 kernel. Thats why driver distribution called Multi-Kernel.
It's very good question! That's why I'm here! I thought this driver is something that makes something useful for old AMD cards.
Works wonder on my R9 390 and RX 580. Far better than official ever did.
Can you explain me - what reason in making driver that was maked for ASMF, but cause of Polaris-Vega didn't support - it didn't add support AFMF. So - it does nothing! Doesn't it?
It works! But what for? For 390 - maybe! For 390 no drivers by AMD? But what it deed for 580 better than official AMD 23.11.1? You can explain?
In my case it allowed me to enable SAM which improved performance in numerous games. I also use Framebuffer Compression which for instance improves open-world loading times and eliminates this crazy lag I got in certain locations in Warframe.
I actually tested the AFMF drivers on the RX 580. As you said, it doesn't support the AFMF function, but the driver itself improved 1% lows in some titles.
Maybe for 390 it have some use. I didn't checked how old official driver for 390 is.
I gave examples where it improved the use of the RX 580, since that's what you asked. If you don't want to accept it, then move along from the driver.
So what reason of making AFMF driver for Polaris-Vega? 1% - are you serious? The results like some percentages - is allowable error. Sorry for my English.
Please, give it! I'll be glad!
Better 1% lows affects the smoothness and stutters experienced while playing a game.
I already did. Scroll up.
You can't compare 390 with 580. 390 - is already legacy for AMD, so 3rd party drivers really can something useful.
Maybe a link? I can read 464 pages. but it maybe useless...
What are you talking about?
This is for the RX 580, because you asked. I'm not even talking about the R9 390 in that post.
1% is allowable error. Even several percentages is allowable error. It's not a proof! It's more placebo...
Seems like you are inexperienced with gaming as a whole. I will take my leave now as I have realized that continueing to reply to you is pointless. I have better stuff to do. Bye.
That's you post - isn't it? You wrote about 390 and 580.