Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 21.12.1 Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by MerolaC, Dec 3, 2021.

  1. Cryio

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    Oh, how I miss the big December Omega Drivers.
     
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  2. The Creator

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    We have just Omicron instead. :(
     
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    New Chipset drivers are out
    https://www.techpowerup.com/download/amd-ryzen-chipset-drivers/

    3.10.22.706 (December 15th, 2021)
    AMD I2C Controller Driver 1.2.0.118

    • Hide the Powermanagement option of the driver properties in device manager.
    AMDMICROPEP 1.0.30.0

    • Major changes to this driver package include:
      • Work around inaccurate HW DRIPS (lower than actual value) due to OS limitation when VBS/Hyper-V is enabled
      • Notify AMD PMF driver about S0i3 entry/exit
    AMD Processor Power Management Support / AMD Ryzen Power plan 7.0.4.4

    • Update processor power management settings for performance and power improvement
     
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    Amd site still lists 3.10.08.506 as the newest.
     
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    Your point ? It is quite often the case with the chipset drivers...
     
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    AMD Chipset Drivers: 3.11.17.521 WHQL [17/11/2021]
     
  12. Percey

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    I tried everything and failed. Have a Samsung CRG9 Display and problems with washed colors and grey colors on my new RX 6800.
    Had a RTX 2070 system and upgraded to Alderlake now...
    Installed latest BIOS updates, Chipset drivers, reinstalled multiple times the Radeon drivers with DDU. Using Hdmi and Displayport to test it same issue, sometimes I have even a white layer over the screen in games, to sharp or unsharp textures, sometimes even grany shadows, anti alaising doesn't exist in most games at all, I had to disabled RayTracing via Console in BFV because it don't disable it right.
    Custom Resolutions like 3440x1440p doesn't even work like on Nvidia..

    I have used all color Settings FullRGB, non RGB even HDR on 100hz just looks awfull compared to my old Nvidia Card. I gave Radeon one chance and the disapointment is big....
     
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    Radeon Software -> Settings -> Display -> Custom Colour -> Saturation = 150 then hit enter.

    \o/

    I have a Samsung 27" CHG70 and the colours really pop - it looks so damn good!
     
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    I tried everything already in custom coloring, think this is a mayor flaw in Radeon drivers.
     
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    Having color temperature control at 6500K is native monitor color scheme. If it is turned to disabled it is tuned to sRGB. I like disabling color temperature controls and turning contrast/saturation up. Good thing to keep in mind if calibrating your monitor especially for sRGB.

    Gamma Calibration:

    http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/gamma_calibration.php
     
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  16. Percey

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    Did all those steps, as an example on Desktop everything looks fine but white washed I tried every Gamma Setting, Color Temperatures, Colorprofiles etc..
    And in games it looks like the picture I posting here, but in the distance on walls, shadows but not so extreme like that picture but viewable.

    http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/img/colorbands-small-dith.png
     
  17. somemadcaaant

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    Nice monitor, could be a card hardware issue or cable issue? Use a Displayport cable to make sure you get the full custom resolutions.

    Show us a photo of your screen to see?

    Damn Saturation of 150 melts my brain on my old Predator X34 :eek:
     
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    Radeon...Settings...Video... Use Custom Profile. Any other option will force card to operate in SDR Mode and crush colors.
     
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    There are no issues with the software, RX 6800 and that monitor. And why in the hell would you try 21:9 on a damn 32:9.
     
  20. Percey

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    "There is no issues with the software" Yes there is, I found multiple posts on reddit or toms hardware leaving the issues unsolved especially with anti alaising and freesync, colors and graphic settings like DXR.
    I gonna sell the card and change back to Nvidia runs unironically better on the monitor then a freesync card ...

    "Why would you play 16:9 or 21:9 ?"

    Because it runs better ? I use 32:9 mainly for work.

    Its insane that custom aspect ratios are broken or won't work on AMD Cards, meanwhile on a Nvidia Card you just drag a line to define your aspect ratio and it works.
    I am bound to 32:9 in litteraly 97% of all games because of that or I have to play borderless.
    Screen Noise in the first 10 Meters ahead of your character in any game.
    I had no issues today putting my old nvidia card in the new system, everything worked flawless.
     
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