Wednesday, November 29th 2017

AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.11.4 Drivers

AMD today put out its fourth Radeon Software release of the month, the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.11.4 Beta. These drivers come with optimization for "Doom" VFR, and Oculus Dash Open Beta. The drivers fix an issue with certain levels of HBCC size adjustments causing system instability on machines with Radeon RX Vega series graphics cards. It also fixes a system hang noticed when switching display modes on "Star Wars Battlefront II" on CrossFire machines. Also fixed, are incorrect clock and power values being reported on some machines with RX Vega series graphics cards. Grab the drivers from the link below.
DOWNLOAD: AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.11.4
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10 Comments on AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 17.11.4 Drivers

#1
Captain_Tom
fullinfusion said:
Overclocks like a SOB this one :toast:
These drivers improve your overclocking capabilities?

Even from say 17.11.2?
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MrGenius
Doesn't really affect performance the way you think it would anyway. I've noticed that drivers that limit overclocking actually perform better than those that let you overclock higher. Basically the increased overclockability comes from the card not working as hard with the specific drivers. And the higher clocks don't make up for it.
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Captain_Tom
MrGenius said:
Doesn't really affect performance the way you think it would anyway. I've noticed that drivers that limit overclocking actually perform better than those that let you overclock higher. Basically the increased overclockability comes from the card not working as hard with the specific drivers. And the higher clocks don't make up for it.
That's never been true for me. Rarely do they break my overclocks, they usually make them more stable in fact.

There was just one early this year that made my 460 overclock worse, but it did seem to mine better afterwards.
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HD64G
INSTG8R said:
Had it as long as it’s been available, it’s not new.
Thanks for the info. Didn't know about that. Fury isn't so much neglected from the AMD driver team then. HBM OC needs to be re-enabled and some newer games need to be optimised to get on par to Polaris and Vega archs.
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INSTG8R
HD64G said:
Thanks for the info. Didn't know about that. Fury isn't so much neglected from the AMD driver team then. HBM OC needs to be re-enabled and some newer games need to be optimised to get on par to Polaris and Vega archs.
Oh believe me I was surprised to see the switch available, not like I have any use for it. Fury the most neglected flagship ever...
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Captain_Tom
HD64G said:
Thanks for the info. Didn't know about that. Fury isn't so much neglected from the AMD driver team then. HBM OC needs to be re-enabled and some newer games need to be optimised to get on par to Polaris and Vega archs.
Correct me if I am wrong, but most games that show "Fury aging badly" are simply due to VRAM size right? I mean someone could just lower textures from Ultra to High...
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HD64G
Captain_Tom said:
Correct me if I am wrong, but most games that show "Fury aging badly" are simply due to VRAM size right? I mean someone could just lower textures from Ultra to High...
Sure thing, but some driver optimisations could help also me thinks.
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Captain_Tom
HD64G said:
Sure thing, but some driver optimisations could help also me thinks.
I mean maybe haha. But then again Fury is just a half-step between GCN 1.1 and Polaris. GCN has been incredibly optimized for years.

All I am saying is the Fury series generally performs as strongly as a 1070 (Or even a 1080 in a couple games) as long as you keep the VRAM size in check. I would say that's about as good as it will ever get.
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