Fixed Issues Some blockchain workloads may experience lower performance than expected when compared to previous Radeon Software releases. Hopefully this is worth a thread, as it could probably go in various other threads but might be missed. But I noticed the above fix listed in the release notes of the latest AMD drivers, so thought I'd give them a go. As someone who mines part time on their daily PC along with other duties, gaming etc I'd ended up doing a dual boot of Win10 on separate SSDs, one with the latest drivers for gaming and one with the blockchain drivers from last August to boot into to mine on overnight. Which was workable but a pain if say using my normal boot for other things but still wanting to mine a bit in the background in between gaming but not wanting to reboot all the time. The good news is that these latest drivers, 18.3.4 with the above mentioned fix, now give the same perf as the blockchain drivers from last year with the added benefit of things like savable wattman profiles etc ! They also seem to have fixed a couple of other issues that I was having on the other blockchain drivers, though I'd just updated to xmr-stack 2.3.0, so not sure if it is a combination or not. First issue is that I no longer get the hash rate drop when turning the monitor off, or having power saving set to disable the monitor. Previously I was just setting the screen saver to blank but leaving the monitor on. Second issue is that I also no longer get the hash rate drop when using HWiNFO, which is great as it was a pain monitoring temps and getting the fan profile correct previously as hash rate would drop when using HWi requiring a restart of the card. I also seem to be drawing about 30W less power for the same hash as before, so all in all I'm pretty chuffed. Though again, I've just switched to the latest xmr-stack, so this may also be part of that. As above, I'm only really a part time miner who's been dabbling and haven't extensively tested this so please do your own testing before switching your whole farm over !