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Old 29-07-16, 10:21 AM
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AMD Release Radeon Software 16.7.3 Driver

AMD has released their new Radeon Software 16.7.3 Driver, which fixes several bugs and provides up to 10% more performance in Rise of the Tomb Raider on the AMD RX 480.



Read more on AMD's new Radeon software 16.7.3 driver.

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Old 29-07-16, 11:06 AM
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10% in ROTTR I assume?

That's pretty epic. Especially as the 480 was behind the 1060 pretty badly in that game.

BTW you have 16.7.2 at the bottom when the driver is 16.7.3
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Old 30-07-16, 12:48 AM
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Apparently this driver has slightly nerfed overclocking of the memory in Wattman.

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Old 30-07-16, 03:25 AM
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I wouldn't use wattman anyway. Thing is way over complicated and at the same time is missing simple features.. Once Vendor's release updated OC suites. Won't be a need for wattman. Especially since each suite controls the own company's RGBs
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Old 30-07-16, 06:02 AM
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I always use Sapphire Trixx for overclocking my AMD card it will be interesting to see what Trixx 3.0 brings to the table apart from LED control on the RX480 Nitro
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Old 30-07-16, 06:32 AM
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Pretty sure it automatically adjust it's settings based off BIOS too. Like if you are in the silent bios, lowers clocks and fan curve, but once you switch to OC bios, it does the opposite and allows for further OCs. So it should be pretty good, certainly better than Wattman.
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Old 30-07-16, 10:07 AM
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The driver should be experiencing some serious stability issues as well

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The driver should be experiencing some serious stability issues as well
I'm not getting any on my 290X
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I'm not getting any on my 290X
Seems to be primarily a problem with the RX 480
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