Tuesday, October 17th 2017

AMD Releases Crimson ReLive Beta Driver for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

AMD today have released the latest (unnumbered) Beta version of their Radeon Crimson ReLive driver suite for Radeon graphics, which brings with it "Beta level support for the latest version of Microsoft's Windows 10 Operating System". Naturally, AMD says it should be considered "as is", which is always refreshing to see in a driver release. This update should improve users' experience when dealing with the Fall Creators Update's extended Mixed Reality features, so if you have one of those headsets ready to go and to power 343 Industries' "Halo Recruit" Experience please do and report back to this news editor. There's a list of known issues under MR and the Fall Creators Update, though, so be sure to check that list after the break. Follow the link below for AMD's driver download page.
DOWNLOAD: AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Beta Edition Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Drivers

Known Issues
  • Mixed Reality headsets may fail to render when running in Hybrid Graphics system configurations.
  • A limited number of displays may exhibit brief signal loss periodically.
  • System hang may occur during Mixed Reality 360 videos playback on Radeon RX Vega series graphics products.
  • An HDCP error code may be observed while playing Blu-Ray content on a secondary attached display.
  • Radeon WattMan profiles and settings may not persisting after resuming from sleep.
  • A system restart or hang may be observed when launching DX12 applications on Multi GPU enabled system configurations with Radeon ReLive enabled.
Source: AMD
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6 Comments on AMD Releases Crimson ReLive Beta Driver for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

#1
MrGenius
It's labeled as Version 17.40 when installed.


I also just noticed it's the first driver version that dxdiag reports as using Driver Model WDDM 2.3.
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fullinfusion
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MrGenius said:
It's labeled as Version 17.40 when installed.


I also just noticed it's the first driver version that dxdiag reports as using Driver Model WDDM 2.3.

Yup
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noel_fs
MrGenius said:
It's labeled as Version 17.40 when installed.


I also just noticed it's the first driver version that dxdiag reports as using Driver Model WDDM 2.3.

Does it still have hardware acceleration bug? XDD
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MrGenius
noel_fs said:
Does it still have hardware acceleration bug? XDD
I don't know. You tell me.
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trparky
noel_fs said:
Does it still have hardware acceleration bug? XDD
If you mean there's video stuttering, then yes. I had to get the non Fall Creators Update, non beta driver to get smooth video playback back.
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noel_fs
trparky said:
If you mean there's video stuttering, then yes. I had to get the non Fall Creators Update, non beta driver to get smooth video playback back.
i meant the frenquencies getting stuck on gcn1 gpus
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