1 of 1 people found this helpful
Your card is a HD 63XXm so dont worry about that, I think the card in "Config" should be an M as well but might be a typo. I have a HD7950 and 7990, all 3 are called 7900 in Device Manager, its perfectly normal
Your obviously not happy with the performance your getting lately, this could be that the driver is a mess on your system or that the older ones just worked better for you.
I think whats going on now is Windows might be installing whatever it wants. So you should clean install the driver that last worked well for you. Please run DDU, when it reboots unplug your ethernet or switch off your WiFi. When your back into normal Windows and everything huge and colours are all washed, install your driver of choice/what worked from here, or if you have time try the latest driver AMD can provide for your card, or you can download the last driver HP have to offer for your laptop (either way make sure you have downloaded and installed your new driver before you rejoin the matrix).
Hope this helps.
That surelly helps a lot, but i dont know what was the driver that worked perfectly.
In my gamer desktop the same thing happened but with a nvidia driver, the 335.23 driver works with every game, it's almost perfect, most of the newer ones makes games slower, newer games crashes, etc.
With that information now I will clean install and eliminate one by one (from the newest to the oldest) until I find it (probably will take a long time, but i think it's worth it).