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locodicegr
Miniboss

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

This is an AMD LINK feedback/suggestion thread.

Read before you post something.

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renoxdeception
Adept II

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

iOS

Landscape mode, I want to place this sideways and see video card stats so I can plug in my phone while gaming.

Logging directly on phone, ability to share graphs, export as csv, image, useful formats is the main point.


User interface:
Home screen is pointless to user experience, have big button shortcuts to features.
On each screen, having a button for quick access to relive replay/recording/gif creation on any page that you'd use for gaming would be useful.


arpaterson
Journeyman III

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

Please open source the AMD link client so that there can be for example a raspberry pi port. I just sold my 1080ti to buy a radeon, this a feature I will be losing by doing so.
Supporting phones gets you a lot of client devices quickly, but they are all phones. People want more modes of use.
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wuchzael
Adept II

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

Direct access to Wattman via Radeon Software main page PLS!!!

(Attention: Photoshop-Level over 9000!)

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kaisersolo
Journeyman III

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

Connect to - Android TV. So that I can enjoy my games not just at my monitor or my mobile but also my big 49" 4K TV. 

I have tried side loading the latest amd link APK, but it appears to be still in mobile portrait mode that spread across the screen.

This shouldn't be hard to fix in an update.

Keep up the god work

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johnsmith7171
Adept II

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

I would like

1) A stable zero rpm option, that does not involve me dancing around the pc half naked with a drum.

2) A checker that makes sure that all the screens are at the same HZ, no 2000MHZ bug, even if that means i will have to live trough a short flicker every time i reboot the pc, without having to do that manually. 

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sharktooth
Elite

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

this is the AMD Link smartphone app feedback/suggestions thread... post your drivers complaints in the appropriate place. 

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hunter-
Adept II

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

more compatibility with old games..

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Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

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epicduck900
Journeyman III

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

I want it to actually link

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harbi
Adept III

Re: AMD Link: What do you want to see in future versions?

Would certainly like a Radeon Vii Junction Temperature metric.