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 AMD Drivers

 Frontier Driver

 

 

NameFile SizeRevision NumberRelease DateDownload Link
Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition546 MB17.606/27/2017Download
Description:

The Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition is purpose-built to empower a new generation of pioneering creative professionals. By harnessing the power of “Vega” GPU architecture along with Radeon™ Pro Software, developers can be pioneers in game development, designers can be pioneers in visualization using Radeon™ ProRender, and artists can be pioneers in VR content creation.


 Release Notes

 

 

Driver for Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition 17.20 Highlights

Release Notes

Fixed Issues
  • This is the inaugural driver for RadeonTM Vega Frontier Edition. There are no preceding issues to be fixed.
Known Issues
  • When running ReLive Pro, the cursor is not visible. The cursor is only visible when the user has switched to gaming mode
  • When switching between Pro Mode and Gaming Mode, Timeout Detection and Recovery (TDRs) have been observed with multiple display configurations
  • When numerous displays are used, there is an unlikely event where the driver does not complete installation
  • During sleep and resume, after multiple instances, a blue screen hang has been observed
  • Specific to Linux users, infrequent system hangs have been observed with 2015 Formula One
  • During sleep and resume, a user may experience a TDR when instant replay is enabled
  • Intermittent stuttering has been observed with Unigine Heaven in extreme cases
  • System hangs have been observed in stressful situation in some applications when in CrossFire mode
  • When using 8K displays, occasional situations with no display have been observed during sleep and resume
  • Users may encounter Bluray playback issues on PowerDVD after switching to Game Mode
  • Infrequent hangs have been observed during wake from sleep and resume states
  • When resume from sleep, OpenGL applications have experienced TDRs
  • In CrossFire configurations, blue screens have been observed during stressful ACPI testing\
  • When rendering using Blender cycles, users may encounter infrequent iterations of poor performance
  • With 10 bit displays, users may encounter anomalies in display results
  • On Z170 chipsets, users may experience infrequent hangs from sleep states. Frequency may depend on system configuration.
  • In extreme cases with stressful applications, the user may experience performance throttling in thermally stressful situations
  • When running express install with multiple GPUs installed, the user may experience anomalies, including unexpected system reboots​

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