So I updated to 19.1.1 because the software recommended it. Then as soon as I did it recommended I go back to older software than I had installed before. I would not call that fixed. AMD can't seem to decide what software they want you to run. Same bug as last 2 drivers, NOT FIXED AMD.
Didn't know 18.2.2 was new? Seem to recall it being out a while now. :-)
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Not before I posted again. Since then I have restarted the computer it is still showing to downgrade the driver. 3 supposed fixes debunked by me so far in less than an hour! Great job AMD! Funniest part is their so called independent lab test this supposedly on RX 580 with i7-7700k, which is exactly my config too!
It might be worth reporting it to AMD and include those screenshots. It sounds like it would be easy to fix...the cause/error has been isolated...but I squealed (loudly) for 4-5 months about the profiles not overriding the global settings before it got fixed.
hiding the issue does not solve it. and that's not the only issue with current version. today after installing the 19.1.1 i couldn't play anything since any time i started anything, my cpu and gpu were both pushed to 100%.
be helpful or don't be.
So far it's not showing in the 'Radeon Settings Advisor' for me after half a doz. restarts/shutdowns.
Do the manual check and click check for updates. See what it says then. I had just gone back in again after toggling the overlay off again and it did not show. As soon as I did the manual check it was wrong again.
Yeah checking brings it back up.
The only thing I think is wrong with it, is the wording 'New Recommended'.
But the release notes fix for the 'Advisor' section seems to be good so far.
They definitely changed something...so they are trying. I guess. On the previous version ( 18.2.2) I had the same options disabled and still got the notice. I still haven't with 19.1.1. I am not about to "check for updates" ...thanks for the warning.
Yup, still hanging on...but it seems as if it changed for me...some error/something must have been found and corrected. Did you get your computer/notifications back to normal after you checked for updates?
This issue is really only a nuisance, where the "AMD User Experience Program", which is enabled/selected by default, can really impact the performance (gaming). I'm not against it, but users should have to select it and know the cost of participating.
could not agree more! I always think that any telemetry should come with a complete explanation of what it does and who they share information with. I also think that not participating should be the default.
CALL me when it get's fixed.....Two update's and nadda..hmmmm time to fire some engineers I guess....