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Compatibility section of Radeon software fails to allow you to scroll down (no scroll bar) + no FPS capping of Open GL / Legacy games.

Question asked by lfx64 on Jan 29, 2020
Latest reply on Jan 29, 2020 by wasnvidia

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I also find it kind of irritating that any games customised with different graphics / display settings are not highlighted as being edited in the game list. I could have two dozen customised profiles and I'd not be able to keep track of which ones were edited unless I manually starred/favourited them first (best not to forget, right?). Didn't previous versions of the Radeon software highlight game profiles automatically? Since the overhaul to the software I haven't noticed it.

 

Last of all, no native frame capping for Open GL or legacy titles means old skool games have to run at 250-500fps unnecessarily.

Unsurprisingly, the RX 580 is getting less and less love in driver updates, despite the fact it is still a monumentally popular video card. It seems the ever present 5700 XT issues is consuming the puny resources of AMD's driver division.

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