Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Prefix, Jun 22, 2021.
Random stuttering/framerate drop is still present since 21.3.1. game run 60fps/120hz lock with no framerate drop or stuttering on 21.2.3, 4 months reporting this to AMD.
Black Screen right after the UEFI Boot Logo, can't even see my desktop to Shift + Restart. Had to reset computer during boot to trigger the Troubleshoot Options from Windos 10 (AMD Vega64 to Benq XL2430T via DVI, first tried to update over 21.5.2 Driver, second time DDU/Fresh Install). Nice Job AMD.
GCN 1, 2 and 3 (so HD 7000, RX 200/300 and Fury cards) went Legacy with this driver.
I guess AMD was waiting on Nvidia for dropping Kepler on desktop first.
That game is a hot mess frame rate wise. Use ISLC by Wagner. Don't worry about timer resolution.
Free Memory is Lower than: 8GB or so if you are on 16GB
18GB if you have 32GB.
I'm pretty sure that if you are not in the same exact spot you will get wildly different frame rates. It's not to say you aren't experience lower frame rates.
AMD SAM toggle in the driver now under Performance.
They left them with a broken driver that Radeon crash randomly.
Now I can't even report the bug with AMD Bug Report Tool because a I have a Black Desktop with the newer version.
Does someone have the link to a form to report Driver issues to AMD, like the one they had before?
Update: SAM toggle is under Performance -> Tuning. was on my phone when i found this out.
This is with every game? Polaris is also affected?
This is with every game any API (DX9, DX10, DX11, DX12, OpenGL, Vulkan). so far some RDNA 2 users are reporting this as well Polaris (RX 480/RX 580) and 5700 XT GPU's
How can i test it? Gamebar fps overlay?
Settings software got overhauled again, still crashes frequently on tab switching though.
New default folder for the Wattman profiles too and it doesn't remember your last location.
SAM has a toggle and a AMD brain icon talking about how it's a AMD special feature with two or more AMD components in the system whatever that's for.
Not much more for now, some super-sampling (LOD?) bias toggle for a few games like Far Cry 5 in the profiles atiapfxx.blb file when compared but I just got done installing the driver so I haven't done much else with it.
Godfall, Terminator: Resistance and Anno 1800 based on some leak. Though I can't find any list from AMD's website even if there should be one?
Btw the footnotes from AMD are interesting:
Apparently AMD has already internally benchmarked 3 games and "game 2" has RT and uses DX12 and "game 3" probably doesn't have RT* and uses Vulkan.
* note it says No Ray tracing instead of Ray tracing Off.
To me this is unacceptable.
Say what one will about NV control panel but at least it didn't crash all the time...
I do like the design and functionality of Radeon Software but they really need to get it stable.
Currently trying to use 21.4.1 with a Minimal install in hopes not having the monitoring and recording parts would help with stability but it seems with Minimal install you also lose game-specific graphics settings so I must revert to Full.
(I thought maybe the crashes are due to Radeon Software monitoring conflicting with eg. having RTSS in the background at the same time).
If the Video Card Z info is accurate it'd have to be one of the seven initially supported titles.
And some publishers AMD's working with also part of that info, if it's accurate that is.
EDIT: And from the AMD Reddit and topic about this driver it looks like Cry-Engine 3 titles are also still having performance issues.
EDIT: Oh and a insider driver? From one of the other comments there.
There is no option to enable FSR in Godfall. Missed something?
Game surely needs a patch for it first. Soon (trademark).
Ahh thx mate.