3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 7, 2016 8:54 AM by andreav

    Driver AMD RADEON R5 330

    jaggho

      Hi everyone, i have a little problem, i've bought a desktop HP 550-009nl that has a dedicated GPU: the AMD RADEON R5 330 OEM (a desktop gpu, obviusly) the problem is that:

      When i bought it, it had installed the driver of the amd radeon r5 m230 that is a gpu for laptop, infact in the crimsom software it say me that the temperature is 511°, impossible.

      So i've used the autodetect tool for update but nothing, ther's is no update.

      One day, on the windows of devise management of control panel, i've selecter the r5 m320 and used the automatic update, the PC updated the card.

      When I restart it, it say me that I have the r5 330 in the crimsom sofwtare and in the device managemente too.. and also the temperature is signed to 25°.

      But the problem is that.. after few days the software says me that there are updates.. I accept.. and it returns to amd radeon r5 m320..

      That beacuse when there was the r5 330 it signed me the 15.20 version of crimson software.. while the update was to 15.30.. but when i do the update it returns to sign that i have the m320.. also with autodetect and also with the crimsom hotfix.. i've tried all.. but nothing so i ignore it but I wanna know if really there update for the 330 and not for the m320..

      Photo of my pc:

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      RADEON R5 330 OEM:

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        • Re: Driver AMD RADEON R5 330
          amdmatt

          The temperature you are reporting sounds incorrect, so i would not worry about that.

           

          You can disable update notifications via the AMD Gaming Evolved Application.

           

          You can download the latest Crimson 16.2 drivers for your graphics card from www.amd.com/drivers. Please make sure you uninstall your current Crimson drivers first. Note, if you are not experiencing any problems with your system, i would recommend sticking with your current drivers.

           

          If you need any further guidance, please do let me know.