Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by rflair, Jan 18, 2022.
Are you still on polaris?
Khronos just released Vulkan 1.3 - new beta driver will land soon
AMD announced Vulkan 1.3 will be supported on Vega and newer.
There are no many changes against 1.2 with current extensions set
Yeap, still rocking an extremely old quad core, 16gb ddr3 and a mere polaris.
Mere? At this point, Polaris has been probably the best GPUs to date given how well it "keeps on truckin'"
Then hopefully missing Polaris support for Vulkan 1.3 won't be a gripe to game developers. I wonder if this is technically justified or another case of driver support shenanigans by AMD, as Nvidia supports it for Maxwell 1 GPUs.
RSR and Vulkan 1.3 support should come together sometime later. IF NOT it is an absolute marketing discrimination as an engineer myself I daresay.
What are you talking about? All OpenGL ES 3.1 capable GPUs are supported
As I agree with you, according to the article about Vulkan 1.3 launch AMD states Vega and later gpus which is awkward.
22.1.2 WHQL 01/25
The WHQL release have any updated components?
Only Radeon Settings and packaging date change, the rest are exactly the same components with "signature".
RX 400/500 series, is the dominating amd gpu family. Polaris gave tons of money to amd, either consoles or pc.
I wish they won't put it now to legacy anytime soon, due to abysmal prices.
I dont think they will for now but it can happen with the release of rdna3 putting polaris and vega(as rest of gcn) to legacy. By that time it would be 7-8 years old.
That's normal to be honest. We won't be playing most of new games with more than 30fps at 1440p by then.
I am barely playing games at 60fps this days. God of war giving me some trouble at original/high mix settings. Almost at that point i need an fsr even at 1080p.
Could we still expect the big 22.1.3 update this month or will it actually be 22.2.1?
"Big driver" has been announced for Q1 and I really don't think it will be released in January or early February
//My bad, fixed
No they said beginning of 2022 so q1.