I have'nt tested any 2020 drivers as since I have no confirmation of Support for my model line and optimization....
I am still using my 19.12.1 and doing the old games.....sad isn't it?
I am still trying to get their attention and do something.
I wrote asus and amd and I will hear something of further optimization and support soon.....after all,I spent over 2300 on it in 2 years....they better still be supporting it.
Idk,I cant really tell,with cpuz and g and hwinfo apps,not sure...I do have the msi aferburner setup to tell me fps temp,cpu and stuff..etc...
the games I like to play Ryse Son of Rome,Resident evil operation racoon city,Attila Total War,RE 2 remake and RE3 and Doom,....
un-optimization is the reason why performance is a loss.....
I am not sure I can help you out.
Sounds like ASUS sent you back a broken machine and did not fix the laptop.
That would not surprise me at all.
I'm sure it all comes down to optimization of drivers and api instructions that help the system benefit in having good performance.
I believe the 2020 edition is the lack thereof for my model line.
I havent checked the latest drivers yet ,I'm not about to try it if I have to uninstall it again and go the the reinstall process if it hasnt been fixed.
I read the release notes on the 20.8.2 and did not see any mention of fixing performance gains or freesync issues with rx500 series.
If you already have Adrenalin 2019 19.12.1 installed, then download and start the 20.8.2 installer, wait until it unpacks all the installation files and then cancel the install.
Then try Windows Device Manager to update the drivers to 20.8.2.
Just point to C:\AMD\Win10-Radeon-Software-Adrenalin-2020-Edition-20.8.2-Aug17\Packages\Drivers\Display\WT6A_INF
I am just curious,I have been looking online for information about the watt usage of my model.
I see that it uses 330watts for the brick,but I wanted to throw this out there as a question about how much of that 330 watts is the cpu and gpu and board really using?
ok,now I want to ask if you have the same model as me?if you do then I take your word for it.but,do you know sure that way of selecting the driver will actually work and get freesync to function?
For the screen Asus went with an improved version of the 17.3-inch FHD 60 Hz matte IPS panel they put on the GL702VM, and there’s very little to complain about it.