why there isn't a driver for amd R5 M430? when i download the AMD-autodetect i got the AMD R5 M330
and i have R5 M430.. that sucks.. even though they might be the same but we need a driver for M430.
AMD Radeon R5 M430
"The AMD Radeon R5 M430 is an entry level graphics card for laptops. It was announced in the Lenovo Yoga 510 (14-inch-model) in early 2016. Technically it is similar to the older Radeon R5 M330 / M335 or R7 M340 but with a lower core clock of only 955 MHz (in the IdeaPad 110). It features 320 unified shaders and 64 Bit DDR3 memory bus clocked at only 873 MHz."
so you can use that driver
But why we dont have the driver for R5 M430?
i dont really want to use the driver of AMD R5 M330
i repeat: "Technically it is similar to the older Radeon R5 M330" so both use the same driver...
The Radeon R5 M430 belong to the Oland Pro gpu's family.
The same R5 M330 belong to Oland Pro gpu's family.This family of gpu include the R5 M330, M340, R7 M340, M350 and the R5 M430, M435, R7 M430, M435.
So you have nothing to worry about, this is just a convention and renaming scheme.You should mainly bother that the gpu driver is installed properly, update and it provide graphic acceleration.
correct - its the same chip only different bios that changes clocks a little
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