Yeah i`m having an issue as well.I cant even get access to these functions.Because I do not want Service Pack 1 on my Windows system.An i would appreciate not making that a requirement please?The UI,I am certain should run without requiring the full install of some outside software.So can you please go back to CCC please?
AMD didn't take anything away from you.
You choose to install a new driver, when by all accounts the previous driver was working for your 390X.
Simply uninstall Crimson, and reinstall the previous driver that worked for you.
Hint, it should be in your c:/AMD folder all ready to install, unless you deleted them.
Also, not everyone has problems with Crimson. I'm using a 6700k/MSI 390X/1440p 144Hz Freesync setup here with absolutely no problems, on Crimson 6,1
I never said they did take anything away.
Just pointing out that for myself and other this Crimson package is still far too much in its infancy to be considered stable, especially with the list of quite large issues myself and others are having.
Of course I can install and use an older driver prior to Crimson which I did but there will come a point when new game titles require driver adaptation for either stability or performance concerns in which case if all we have are Crimson which are not working out at all for many of us then we will be out of luck on running said game / software titles at all or at the performance level desired.
I'm all for progression, just don't suddenly and immediately take away that which was working for so many with the ONLY option being something that doesn't work yet.
Those issues I list are real, not made up and by no means small, they are crippling bugs that leave the hardware and or software not able to be used at all.
Like I said, on anything major one normally runs the two systems in parallel until the new systems proves stable enough for the masses.
From these forums and countless others, Crimson is not there yet.
Do the pre-Crimson 15.11.1b work now, sure, but soon we will be left behind without the performance and compatibility updates that new drivers typically offer.
Unless you went through the huge PITA that us 390/390x owners did the first few months of ownership of not being able to run ANY DX11 titles at all in Win10 you would also not appreciate the bitterness we acquired during that time. Now this, brings back very recent very bad memories.