If you install more than 100 games the Radeon Settings become totally unusable
Actually i have 1550 Games installed on my computer and i just can no more use it
When you try to get on Radeon Config> Games ..... It just hang like forever, (" The More games u have, more time it takes ") and it happen on Overclock settings too
the number of games installed should have no bearing on the machine, assuming you have enough storage for them all
i suspect there is something else wrong, as for the software, i suggest removing the Radeon fluff as it is of no real value, and then go on an play games which is what I do lots of
I usually do, but also i OC the VGA to play on 4K or 2560x1536, an get stable FPS
I go to Radeon Settings> GAMES (Must Wait) > Global Config > WattMan (Wait Again) > Load Profile.... And load my Saved Profiles for X game, It loads Fast i only had the problen when i need to pass over the GAMES menu where all your installed games appear, and if i click again when its loading the radeon settings stop working and i need to start again
Saddly there is no other way to load a profile, and i need to pass trough games every time
also i notice the problem apears if you leave the WattMan open for a wile, when you try to focuse on the window it wil hang for a wile and get unresponsive but after some time it respond again
if you are playing at 1440p you may need a more powerful GPU if you need to overclock
a lot of games have insane settings aimed more for benchmarking than gaming
Yes you are absolutely correct. Radeon Settings itself becomes extremely bogged down and crashes constantly when it has larger numbers of games on the profiles tab. I have experienced this (in fact I fight it every day still) it has been like this since it came out and is still not fixed. Don't know why, as many have brought this up before. I turn in a new support ticket every new driver release (which they ignore) I suggest you do the same. I have never understood why they put the global settings off this tab as it makes it a real challenge to make changes. Luckily once you get things dialed in, it becomes only a minor issue. I though I had a lot of games at over 500!
I have a lot of games, I run a popular high traffic gaming site.
I also do not use any fluff from AMD or NVIDIA when testing drivers, both have crapware than cannot cope with a hardcore gamer