Is there any particular reason why am i missing Radeon (ReLive/WattMan/Chill/Enhanced) on this latest driver update ? (Adrenalin 2019 v18.12.2), i have Ryzen 5 2400G and im using its APU/iGPU. I tried reinstalling the drivers in case i missed something to select and include on the driver installation. please help
All the 'Footnotes' (compatible with dGPU(d=dedicated/desktop)).
im assuming you haven't actually tried, but 2400G/2200G both pushed this update officially, when you clock threw desktop processors with graphics options and pick ryzen desktop APUs 18.12.2 is presented, and Vega 11/Vega 8 desktop iGPUs are both included in the INF file as well and desktop form of 0x15DD is signed
known issue....for relive: go here on your computer: C:\AMD\WU-CCC2\ccc2_install\CN\amddvr\amddvr64 and install the AMDDriver64 application then restart fair warning though, i been suffering from serious audio desync issues on my 2700U APU, and i heard spotty stories of it happening on desktop APUs as well.
chill should be included, if not, then that requires a registry edit..and im not going to share that here as its possibly risky and dont want anyone to mess up their OS..however be warned, it appears to be broken for some people, including me currently even on dedicated GPUs and causing extreme fps drips and inconsistencies..
enhanced sync, no idea why not an option for these APUs, should be..just AMD hasn't included it as a compatible package right now
wattman just isnt a thing for these APUs, currently at least ... but i hope AMD adds wattman support natively and integrates some extra control without needing to use other methods.. right now only way to overclock or manage your iGPU is via bios or ryzen master...
You can find the wattman/relive requirements in the link from AMD Driver Help Portal
Your welcome to post links to any AMD article that says this has changed.
The current unavailability of drivers & software direct from amd for your laptop product is not what is being discussed in this thread.
All your doing is offering confusing info unrelated to OP query.
amdmatt , any input on this ?