Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by LtMatt, Dec 18, 2014.
So no improvements for vega on The Outer Worlds?
None for COD either I expect AMD have already got the most out of VEGA now. Its coming to end of life.
Yeah fair enough.
What cpu and gpu you running these days shanky?
I running i7 8700k and VEGA 64 still
I will jump to the correct AMD GPU when I feel the upgrade it there. For CPU if I was buying now I would get a ryzen CPU but no point upgrading over 8700k just yet.
How do you live with yourself? No Ryzen?
I know right lol
How is this still not fixed?
Vega64 is still performing well personally, will probably upgrade next round of gpus though.
I'm sure the latest driver will improve Outer Worlds perf a bit even for non 5700xt cards. Might not be 8% but if there are optimizations there for the game, I'm sure they carry across to other gpus.
I've just Clean-installed Adrenalin 19.10.2 (First attempt failed, but got there 2nd time around)
Anybody else noticed that the Ryzen Balanced Power Plan has been removed by this update?
To make sure I wasn't going mad, I re-installed the latest AMD Chipset Drivers (Win1903x64 version from gigabyte website) - this returned Ryzen Balanced, but it also overwrote the Adrenalin update and regressed to 19.10.16.
After which I performed another 19.10.2 Clean Install - worked first time this time - but it definitely appears to have wiped my Ryzen Balanced Power Plan from my system.
Hmm, that sounds like a candidate for bug report.
These are two completely different driver packages, one for the motherboard chipset and the other being for the GPUs. They should live independently of each other afiak.
I did a clean install this morning, Ryzen Balanced still there.
As above, 2 different packages, unless he did a DDU that uninstalls ALL AMD drivers.
I used the AMD proprietary equivalent of DDU between the first and second Clean Install.
And yes - I was quite surprised when I run the "chipset" drivers that it used the Adrenalin software to complete the install. Very weird, I thought.
That brought the Ryzen Balanced back, anyway, only for it to disappear when I reinstated 19.10.2.
I wonder if this is related to my current issue of the PC shutting down when under "high load" gaming conditions in the middle of games?
Oh the AMDCleanupUtility.exe, i use that when my PC is having issues.
Last time i had PC shutting down on me was when my old Corsair HX520 PSU got clogged up with dust, after taking it apart and cleaning it all out it didnt happen again.
So what PSU do you have?
It's a very recent OCUK build with a Kolink 850W semi-modular design.
Based on the OCUK Citizen machine with OCUK options, OCUK upgrade 2600X, and a AiO cooler and fans custom fitted to fix heat issues identified after delivery - see my signature.
Was wondering the same. Very disappointing.
Well that's interesting.
I've been playing Outer Worlds all day just fine on 19.9.1, but after seeing a new driver posted above decided to download and try the game to see if any improvements to the game. The screen just flashes white all the time now, loads of shapes all over the place, light sources everywhere. Uninstalled, cleaned with AMD cleanuputility and tried again, nope same issue. Tried a third time but this time DDU, nope still showing the same flashing white shapes all over the screen.
Just rolled back to the one I was on before, all is fine again.
I have played the game with both drivers with no issues myself.
Pretty sure Vega's been EOL for about half a year lol.
It certainly has very healthy stock quantities and nothing points to soonish EOL.
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