My game requires driver version 16.30 (minimum) to play.But there is no update of driver after 16.2.1
The HD6xxx series has reached peak optimisation and been moved to legacy status, there will not be any further driver updates for your product. More information available here.
The latest Crimson driver for your system is 16.2.1 and is available here.
The last Catalyst driver for your system is 15.11.1 Beta and is available here.
If neither of those drivers are compatible with that game, you'll need to buy a more recent graphics card. I would be happy to provide you with a recommendation if you can provide your current specs including PSU, and details of what games and resolution you'll be using.
I was intrigued by your answer to ashiqur because I seem to have a similar problem. Perhaps you can give me a hint or some recommendation. Here is my problem:
Since 2013, I have been using a powerful PC for office applications (no gaming) with two BenQ 24" monitors BL 2411 PT with 1920 x 1200 resolution, 16:10 format. My Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 worked fine. Now I have added a third monitor via HDMI to the system: BenQ 27" monitor PD 2700 Q with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 16:9 format. This third monitor was successfully identified by Windows 10, and I can use it alright. The only problem is that I cannot get the system for this monitor to recognize any higher resolution than 1920 x 1080. I simply don't get its native resolution of 2560 x 1440.
As I had the suspicion that this might be due to a limitation of my graphics card, I would be happy to buy a more powerful version if that would solve the problem. Could you help me by giving some advice? I should really appreciate that.
Depending on the exact card model, this is for one of the Ultimate card versions,
Thank you for your answer, goodplay! Could you recommend a graphics card that covers my resolution requirements described earlier?
Here are my computer specs: Motherboard msi Z77A-G41, Intel i/ Quadcore /4x3, 4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 250 GB SSD SATA3, 2 x WD 20EZRX SATA3 64 MB. 3 monitors as described before. Windows 10 Professional. No gaming whatsoever. Apart from regular office work, I also use the computer as a financial trading platform. Lots of videos and ticker streams coming in perpetually.
I would appreciate your recommendation.
amdmatt would be better for that (i have no experience with triple monitors).
How are you connecting each display to the graphics card?
My two 24" monitors use the DVI and DisplayPort connectors, while the new 27" monitor uses the HDMI connector on my Radeon HD 6670 graphics card.
Current Radeon GPUs (GCN 1.1 and higher) can only support up to 3x passive display connections, providing the displays are identical and running at the same resolution and refresh rate. If you have different displays, that drops to 2x passive display connections. Passive = HDMI/DVI.
To use a third monitor and beyond, you will need to use a native displayport connection, or a displayport > Active Adapter > HDMI/DVI connection.
This video explains it well.
AMD Support: Connecting Three or More Monitors to an AMD Radeon™ Graphics Card - YouTube
in the meantime, I studied this wonderful video you mentioned before and found a solution to my problem: I first bought a passive HDMI to DVI adapter cable so I could connect the two old 24" 16:10 monitors using the graphics card legacy connectors (DVI and HDMI). Then I connected the new 27" 16:9 monitor using the native DisplayPort connector. After restarting the system, all three monitors ran their own recommended resolution, that is, 1920x1200 (24") and 2560x1440 (27").
This way, I neither had to buy any active adapter, nor a new graphics card. My old HD 6670 is now working fine with three monitors connected. Thank you very much for your help!
This AMD community is great: it really solves problems.
All the best to everyone reading this,
Glad it helped.
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