Have you tried installing those drivers and found they don't work?
Apple has to request new drivers so you would need to direct feedback to them with regards to requesting updated drivers.
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There is no driver to even download for iMac Pro..
AMD driver download page has only 3 system drivers for mac: macbook, imac
and mac pro.
Win 10 does not know the Radeon Vega Pro 56 so the device is shown as
generic display adapter.
I try to download and use the latest AMD driver for RX Vega series, but it
doesn't seem to work. Black screens and enters recovery mode after reboot
Apple support says the update needs to be coming from AMD.
And AMD says there should be a request from Apple.
And I am left with 5000 dollar piece of equipment with no support from both
Thanks for being patient.
It seems that the driver is only available via Apple and Bootcamp assistant, so please use that.
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By the looks of it 'official' bootcamp drivers seem to be released every 2 years or so. I agree, like many others, this is far from ideal (whoever's fault this may be - according to some, Apple blames AMD and viceversa - to be honest I don't care, between them 2 they should find a solution for their customers).
In any case, I bring a solution for you, the best I can find and the one many iMac owners use. There are some 'unofficial' bootcamp drivers that are released pretty much within 1-2 days of the 'official' release. They work perfectly well and can be found here https://www.bootcampdrivers.com/
The compatibility list here BootcampDrivers.com
Hope this helps
We are looking for a Bootcamop Driver Support as well. If the driver exists it should be able to be used by bootcamp to supply a version which works.
Issue heads when using autodesk products on bootcamp. Autodesk pionts the finger at you for this problem.