Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 19 (18.12.2) Download & Discussion

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by mtrai, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. JonasBeckman

    JonasBeckman Ancient Guru

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    Guessing they changed the underlying controls again or the OverDrive AP in some fashion.

    Strange to hear 21:9 VSR would be locked to RX series too, 5120x2880 requires Polaris or Vega but I don't see why 3440x1440 would need VSR although *from* 3440x1440 to higher might be above what the earlier GPU's cap out at.


    EDIT: Also auto overclocking might cause a crash the first time it's used.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/a5tfil/adrenalin_2019_edition_18122/

    And for the fan curve settings still trying to learn more on this, reminds me of MSI Afterburner but it seems a bit more locked as I can't find a way to add or remove "points" for tuning the curve and there's five or so defaults I can slide around for various temps and settings.

    Zero fan can also be disabled to keep the fans spinning even at idle activity or low temperature and total temperature is 72 degrees Celsius for Vega now from what the curve looks like and not 85 degrees Celsius as before though that probably just means for the graph and nothing really changed for the hardware itself. :)



    EDIT: And as for profiles nothing for Crossfire but several DXX ones were updated.


    Star Wars Battlefront 2
    World in Conflict
    Far Cry 2
    Unigine Heaven
    Dirt 2
    Firefox
    Civilization V
    Fear 3
    Batman Arkham City
    Deus Ex Human Revolution
    Medal of Honor Warfighter
    Battlefield 3
    Battlefield 4
    Saints Row 3
    SimpleD3D10
    Battlefield Hardline
    Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
    Dragon Age Inquisition
    Ashes of Singularity
    Deus Ex Mandkind Divided
    Assassin's Creed Odyssey


    New:

    VR Score Skyharbor
    Just Cause 4
     
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  2. ninja750

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    ninja750 Member Guru

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    any feedback for memory timings?
     
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    So, no primitive shaders, no NGG, DSBR... Not a surprise, but damn, they're working hard on useless things imo...
     

  5. mtrai

    mtrai Maha Guru

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  6. ms178

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    I am not a fan of the decision to abandon the custom temperature target. I found that more intuitive and way easier instead of setting a manual temperature/fan curve. From my testing with BF1 so far I've noticed that the card needs a bit more voltage, my undervolt was consistently stable with the old driver with 975 mV (now +10 mV). But it is just a 4 Watts difference and still 37 Watts below the default level.
     
  7. dsbig

    dsbig Ancient Guru

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    I have no problem with 3840x2160 even though it not 21:9 and most games run around 20-30fps.

    but guess back to using CRU......


    I gota stop looking forward towards things. I keep getting disappointed.......
     
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  8. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Damn you want something that u will never use, damn.
     
  9. ms178

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    By the way, the annoying bug that Wattman loses my custom undervolt settings after a suspend/resume cycle is still there.
     
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  10. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Clean install 18.12.2 all smooth, im gonna play some actual games later (and not benchmarks) and report back.
     

  11. OnnA

    OnnA Ancient Guru

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    Suggested WattMan Settings (for Optimal Temps & Performance)

    Initial testing shows +4-5FPS on LOWs 0.01% in SotTR Bench scene (was 58/59 now same spot 63/64 FPS)
    Thats Nice TBF, also Max FPS is now a lot better, Im using Chill at 64-70FPS (so now it stays at Chill bracket :D )

    Now im going to Test in 3Dmark :cool:

    UPD. (I have beaten my overal by 200pts, but still only 28k)
    -> https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17414304
    -> https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17414405
    I need to test it right (With ReLive totally disabled) im optimistic that 28.5k can be done with this one :D

    Note:
    Adrenalin OSD now working perfectly (Yes everything is working as intended -> That's hudge IMO, in SotTR i have 154->234tW, it shows even spikes lol)

    Note no.2
    As for Stability -> Yes this is foundation they can build our drivers in Years to come.
    Not a single Lock-up, when testing 3Dmark (Yes i go nuts with Low V ;))

    Overall, im Happy:
    BF1, BF V, FH3 & FM7 HoMM VII will be tested later :p

    UPD. no2
    BF V Multi, Game working Fine (don't need to turn OFF ReLive, also don't need to Turn OFF FRT)
    HoMM VII, a notch better Performance for tW (was 147tW, is 124tW)
    FH3 & FM7 DX12 Flawless like always and a notch better tW (~5-9%)

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
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  12. ninja750

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    i prefer this new curve

    in some game the gpu runs 60+ degrees because the fan was 1100rpm, i prefer the fan running silently at 1300+ running the gpu cooler
     
  13. Fox2232

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    Works fine here, just tested it. But funnily enough, I could not find "Auto-OC/Undervolting" in WattMan.
     
  14. BlackZero

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    Just did a quick SOTTR bench at 1440p/High/DX12, and performance has gone up 10% from 12.10.2 WHQL.
     
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  15. Maddness

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    Same here. I can't see it either.
     

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    AMD Settings will not launch for me. The Host service is running and the tray icon loaded, just can't be opened.
     
  17. mtrai

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    Did AMD include the Fury cards?
    My Fan profile is still the same as before. No fan curve adjustments available.
     
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    R9 series are officially abandoned. Support and legacy mode only from now on. Live with it.
     
  20. Eastcoasthandle

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    If that were the case there is no need to include in the release notes.
     

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