Laptop or desktop pc ?
If Device manager > display adaptors,or System information > components > display doesn't show full model (e.g 7970, 7950 etc (with, w/out M)).
Then download GPU-Z or Speccy.
Device manager also said I had a 7900 and I can't find any "System information" screen that lists my video card, just my processor along with other tidbits.
I'll keep the last part open as an option but I'd rather wait and see if there's any other solutions before I download something (that isn't from AMD).
Describe your system:
- AMD Graphics Card
- Make and model; e.g. AMD R9 290X
- Desktop or Laptop System
- If a laptop, make and model of the Laptop
- Operating System
- E.g. Windows 10 64bit
- Driver version installed
- E.g. Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12
- Make and model number; e.g. FX 9590
- Power Supply Unit Make, Model & Wattage
- E.g. Thermaltake TR2 700W Gold
- Amount of memory installed; e.g. 16GB
- Display Devices
- Make and model, connection/adapter in use, resolution and refresh rate; e.g. Samsung UE32850R 3840x2160 @60Hz Active DP to HDMI adapter
- One line for each display device connected
AMD Graphics card
-That's kind of the problem, I only know it's an HD 7900
Desktop or laptop
-Windows 10 64bit
Driver version installed
-Radeon version 17.7
-AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
Power supply unit
-AOC 2060W3, cannot provide the rest.
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Go to device manager, right click on the AMD graphics/properties..select Device ID. Search for that value in the above app.
(These are examples..not your specific card)
After following the instructions above I got the result of 7950, a valid driver on the AMD site, however looking at the driver downloads I see it listed as "Adrenalin Edition" and according to my AMD settings I'm using "Crimson ReLive". Is that a problem? Did I find the wrong driver or am I just so out of date Adrenalin has replaced Crimson?
Glad you got it sorted...I forgot about that tool, glad you brought it up
You replied faster than I could edit my own message, heh. Afraid I'm not quite done yet.
Adrenalin has replaced the old. Relive is a part of it. You will have the choice to install it during the driver install. Just click Express Install.
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You might consider a clean install....Clean Install AMD Graphics Drivers
After careful consideration I've decided the manual way to clean install is far to complex for me and I'd probably only make it worse so I decided to install the new drivers without. So far everything seems well and I'm now up to date. Thanks to everyone and especially Kingfish for helping me identify my drivers and with the newest ones the update tab under AMD settings returned so this shouldn't be a problem again in the future.
- AMD Graphics Card