those are the only options i get on the newest sofware avalible why dont i have relive??
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ray_m Dec 13, 2016 3:54 PM
At this point in time, Relive is currently only supported on Discrete Desktop GPU's, ie, it is NOT supported on Laptops and Mobile devices.
Taken from the Release notes Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 16.12.1 Release Notes
Compatible with desktop discrete AMD Radeon™ GCN and Radeon RX 400 Series enabled products with at least 2GB of System Memory, AMD VCE Support and Windows® 7/8.1/10 64 bit operating systems. Radeon ReLive is currently considered "as-is" beta level support for 32 bit operating systems.
i have the
AMD Radeon HD 8570
PC or laptop?
ReLive is not available for mobile (laptop) GPUs
If you have desktop HD 8570 then it probably must support ReLive.
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They are both obviously graphics cards, Amd HD 8570 and a R7 200 series.
If you could not work out what he was asking for maybe you should not be giving advice to him.
Yes there are relive drivers for these graphic cards at Download Drivers These drivers suport desktop Gpu's not Laptop.
Although I do have to add I use a Amd R9 390 card and have not had the best of luck with the Relive drivers, they for me and many other have been very buggy.
Who's giving advice? Correct advice? There are no 8xxx series card that can use ReLive. Period. Depending on what the specifications of the computer are, there could be a way around that.
But thank you for your input.
I´ve installed an AMD Radeon HD 8570 Graphics Video Card alongside my Radeon R7 240-series Graphics Processor. Lenovo Desktop H50-55 90BF001MT, AMD A10 7800 / 3.5-3.9Ghz. Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. Radeon software: Crimson Relive 17.6.2. Panasonic 47" via HDMI. (I can´t see how more specs would aid the issue at hand?).
There is no output from the HDMI in the AMD Radeon HD 8570 Graphics Video Card, and I´ve no way to see whether the system makes use of it or not. I´m partly asking because of the one that said that no 8XXXX-series can use Relive. Is this really the case? If that´s the case, I´m having a really hard time finding the right driver. Can someone please assist me?
Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 16.12.1 Release Notes
Last time I ran Radeon Crimson; new drivers, it crashed my computer completely. I had to restore it using a WindowsImageBackup. Using DriverToolKit was no good since it doesn´t have the drive for AMD HD 8570 in its repertoir. So far, to me, it seems close to impossible to find the right driver for this Graphics Card.
Anyone able to assist?
Here is how you select the correct driver for your computer. It is the only driver you install. It is for both your graphics. Download Drivers
Legacy means no more updates..your choice of one of these drivers > Legacy
If you have the option in the bios to select the 240 as the Primary card..and disable the HD8570...then you could use these drivers for the 240 only > Desktop
The AMD recording app "ReLive" is not compatible with either graphics solution.
Finally I got somewhere. Thank you kingfish. I´ve been there before, but it never displays any results. Though, I probably got the right drive from one of the other options on the same page. I opened HWiNFO and saw that the correct drivers are in place.
One thing though; does anybody know of any conflict (or unwantedness) in running both: The preinstalled GPU AMD Radeon R7-series with my self-installed AMD Radeon R5 240/HD 8570? In HWiNFO they´re referred to as: GPU #0 and GPU #1.
I guess I´m wondering if the graphics running on my machine is either or? Or can it combine the two GPU´s as mentioned above?
I just checked my BIOS and found these options under; video: Auto, IGD & PEG. I really did´nt know what´s what, but thought I´d try IGD since i "figured" this could mean; integrated graphics "dedicated"?, and PEG; "pre executed graphics"? In my mind then IGD would be the choice for the card I installed, but nothing´s changed and there is still no output from the Graphic Video Card´s HDMI.
By the way; I made a mistake in my first post; the machine I´m running is a Lenovo H50-55 90BF000CMT.
AMD CrossFire™ and Dual Graphics Requirements and Setup FAQ
The integrated card would be the APU's integrated graphics...which is the R7. You cannot make the other card the "Primary" and the R7 the secondary....as far as I know. As far as the HDMI thing...maybe @ray_m or amdmatt has a answer.
PEG = discrete GPU. If you enable this setting you need to connect the HDMI connection to the discrete GPU. IGD = integrated GPU.
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