Graphics cards in laptop computers are customized by the manufacturer to meet their specific design requirements,.
AMD provided reference drivers for laptop products that use a generic Device ID. This has no impact on performance,
If you want the GPU to appears exactly as specified by the manufacturer, you will need to use drivers provided by the laptop manufacturer.
If the performance remains or it gets a little better I guess there's no need for concern.
I prefer to get the latest updates directly from AMD rather than wait the manufacturer.
Thanks for your attention and the precious info Ray M !
Could you please tell me one more thing dear Ray M ?
There is something that doesn't convince me with the performance of my laptop.
The problem is that the fan is on most of the times and it's really annoying because it's noisy for example when I watch a film.
As I have already wrote my Lenovo 320 15ABR has the quad core AMD A10-9620P but only 4 GB of RAM DDR4.
Is this a limit for the processor to work flawlessly ? Do I need an upgrade ?
Thanks in advance !
Best regards and happy new year !
Your Laptop fan is on to expel and cool the interior of your laptop. Laptops get hot very quickly even with just browsing. If you were talking about your GPU card fan in a Desktop, it would be a different story.
Was your fan noisy when you first got the laptop? If it is excessively noisy, could be your laptop fan is wearing out.
I solved with a compromise: I set the max processor state to 5% on balanced power plan of win 10.
The laptop is brand new but it isn't balanced there's something I don't understand. The processor is heating while I watch films ? it's hard to believe..
When the max processor state is set to 100% and I watch a film the laptop sounds like as if I'm playing a demanding 3D game.
So I'm thinking what if I upgrade the RAM with a larger amount of memory could might help.?
Never hurts to add more RAM. Will probably run the Laptop more efficiently and faster if you had the minimum of RAM installed before.
I would look at Task Manager and see what program(s) are making your CPU run so high. You also can look under "Performance" Tab on Task Manager to get an idea. You may have a background software that is causing your high CPU usage.
Is it possible your Laptop is using your Integrated Graphics and not your Discrete Graphics? Integrated Graphics is run through your CPU while the Discrete Graphics is run through the GPU chip. If everything is running through the Integrated Graphics that would explain the high CPU usage.
There is no way to change from integrated to always on the discrete graphics
unfortunately my laptop doesn't support it and that would be something..
I've just set the option on high quality from the AMD Radeon software settings
I don't know what else could I do but thanks anyway