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Journeyman III

Missing tons of options in Radeon Settings, such as entire Display tab, Freesync option, ReLive, etc...

Looking for help with this.

In my Radeon Settings, I'm missing a literal ton of options. The following things are missing:

- The entire Display tab

- The entire ReLive tab

- Any Freesync settings (I own a freesync monitor, and have enabled this in the past)

- Enhanced Sync settings

In addition, none of the overlay hotkeys work (Ctrl+Shift+L, Ctrl+Shift+O, Alt+R). I'd really like to figure out why this is, because I want to use a lot of these features but literally can't turn them on.

In addition, I'm looking for a command line tool to change these settings so that I can do things like change VSYNC settings from a script. If this exists please let me know.

Here is my graphics hardware information:

Graphics Card Manufacturer - Powered by AMD Graphics

Chipset - AMD Radeon (TM) R9 390 Series

Device ID - 67B1

Vendor ID - 1002

SubSystem ID - 9390

SubSystem Vendor ID - 1682

Revision ID - 80

Bus Type - PCI Express 3.0

Current Bus Settings - PCI Express 3.0 x16

BIOS Version -

BIOS Part Number - 113-GRENADA_PRO_C671_D5_8GB_HYMIC_W8

BIOS Date - 2015/10/08 00:12

Memory Size - 8192 MB

Memory Type - GDDR5

Memory Clock - 1500 MHz

Core Clock - 1015 MHz

Total Memory Bandwidth - 384 GByte/s

Memory Bit Rate - 6.00 Gbps

2D Driver File Path - /REGISTRY/MACHINE/SYSTEM/ControlSet001/Control/Class/{4d36e968-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}/0000

  • AMD Graphics Card
    • XFX R9 390
  • Desktop or Laptop System
    • Desktop, custom built
  • Operating System
    • Windows 10 64bit
  • Driver version installed
    • Crimson Optional Latest, 18.3.2
  • Display Devices
    • Nixeus 24" 144hz NX-VUE24a
  • Motherboard + Bios Revision
    • ASUS Z170 Pro
    • Intel i5 6700k
  • Power Supply Unit  Make, Model & Wattage
    • EVGA Gold 650W
  • RAM
    • 16GB DDR4
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Updated, thank you.


Thanks..that makes it a lot easier

What I would do first is a clean install of the latest driver for your card > Desktop  (Always download the full version..not the 'minimal setup')


That did nothing, but thank you for the info. One thing I see as being a potential issue is that my Windows 10 installation is a virtual machine, and the graphics card is passed through a PCI lane. This shouldn't affect anything (never has in any game, ever) and the card is correctly ID'd but it's quite the edge case. I'm happy to provide debug info.