so i noticed there are 2 different chipset provided by 2 different companies.
- Chipset driver provided by AMD: B350 Drivers & Support | AMD
- And one from the Mobo manufacturer: PRIME B350-PLUS Driver & Tools | Motherboards | ASUS Global
the only difference i see between the 2 is that "Asus driver" is larger in size, BUT doesn't have the "Ryzen Balance Power Plan" that i want. Other than that, don't know any other differences.
which one do i pick? i'm pretty sure i can't pick both or can i?
And there's another question. My GPU is the Radeon RX580.
instead of using auto-detect to install the driver, i used the actual driver for this specific GPU.
The latest version is 18.8.1. when i wanted to install the chipset from AMD i got 2 options.
- 18.8.1 partially installed
- 18.10 local drive
what do these 2 option mean? and if i choose 18.10 driver does that mean the GPU driver will become version 18.10?
won't this cause issues because its not the specified for my gpu driver?
Info about my pc:
Asus Prime B350-Plus
Radeon RX580 8G