Wednesday, February 8th 2017

AMD Releases the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.1.2 WHQL Drivers

AMD today released the 17.1.2 WHQL version of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive. The release packs the exact same game support, fixes and known bugs as the previous 17.1.2 Beta, with the only difference being that this version is now WHQL-signed.

As always, you can grab the drivers right here at TPU, through our revamped downloads section. Just follow the link below.
DOWNLOAD: AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.2 WHQL
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12 Comments on AMD Releases the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.1.2 WHQL Drivers

#1
Steevo
I just upgraded this morning..... but same drivers so oh well.
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
System restore has Saved me numerous times on bunk drivers, Still on 16.12.1s for Win7
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#3
theoneandonlymrk
eidairaman1 said:
System restore has Saved me numerous times on bunk drivers, Still on 16.12.1s for Win7
I'm surprised you're still on win 7 :)
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
theoneandonlymrk said:
I'm surprised you're still on win 7 :)
Why break what works?

Im on 17.1.2s now, no issues thus far.
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#5
fullinfusion
Vanguard Beta Tester
eidairaman1 said:
System restore has Saved me numerous times on bunk drivers, Still on 16.12.1s for Win7
16.12.1 for me and won't change.. Seems the newer drivers get slower in fps in the games I play plus it just works dam well with not a single issue. I even use re-live recording all the time for my online gaming matches and it's perfect.
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#6
Delta6326
Anyone know how to do the clean install that the driver claim you can do? AMD folder is up to 6.7GB
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#7
gdallsk
Delta6326 said:
Anyone know how to do the clean install that the driver claim you can do? AMD folder is up to 6.7GB
If it's the one that is in the root C folder before going into the program files then you can delete it easily. It's where the installers get dropped when you unpack the driver.
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
gdallsk said:
If it's the one that is in the root C folder before going into the program files then you can delete it easily. It's where the installers get dropped when you unpack the driver.
Only delete the older folders that are for gpu only, except the lstest 3. If you ever need system restore thats what it uses.
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#10
Delta6326
Yep, deleted old files and did clean install, saved some good space on the SSD.
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Delta6326 said:
Yep, deleted old files and did clean install, saved some good space on the SSD.
I remove older folders that I intend on not keeping a restore point for on those drivers. So far I have 3 chipset and 3 GPU.
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fullinfusion
Vanguard Beta Tester
Delta6326 said:
Anyone know how to do the clean install that the driver claim you can do? AMD folder is up to 6.7GB
yeah C drive, AMD folder, just delete it after running DDU and then install the new driver.

EDIT- I re-call my last statement on the 17.1.2 Driver o_O

I don't know if there is a physical change to the WHQL driver but the non whql I was getting lower frame rates in my games.

Anyways I installed the newest DDU UN-installer and removed the 16.12.1 driver and I'm actually getting 2 frames more at stock, and overclocking I'm getting even a lot better numbers :rockout:
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