A clean install on Nvidia will remove all prior entries and traces of the software on the computer. Is Radeon Crimson doing the same?
So I have a AMD Radeon R9 270X. With Radeon Crimson 15:12-win10-64bit I have a worse graphics (exaggerated edges fibrillation) when I play "The Crew". Have again the Radeon software Crimson Edition 15.11.1 beta 64bit drivers put everything back on the eyes. What could it be? Bin no graphics card expert ...
Is there a way to just update the driver when a new one is released? or do we have to download/install the whole suite each time... seems like the Suite should be able to say "Hey! New driver! Want to install?" and then do it.
I have a 980 Ti as well. I have an APU box that runs great. Nvidia has had some woes. Just yesterday they finally released a driver that fixes the 144hz high clock while idle on desktop issue that went on for a long time.
So after two weeks, there are still only 8 of 100+ questions "answered"; what was the point of this Q&A?
With the atypical PR response of "we are not able to answer any questions about upcoming releases due to development roadmaps and timelines" seemingly used to dodge/ignore the majority of queries, what exactly did AMD expect to be asked (and consequently answered) about their drivers?
for the "suite"? or just the driver? because the last update was just the driver, even though you have to download the 300+mb suite... it seems like it should just update the driver
Well I'm late to the party , but I know you will see this , I run several pages for gamers / pc nerds and the number 1 biggest complaint I hear is when will amd fix eyefinity , amd has always lead the pack for multiple monitors and the crimson drivers are lacking several features that amd could do before , be a good idea to add these back .