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  1. AMD Crimson ReLive Edition The Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 installation package contains the following: Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 Driver Version 17.30.1051 (Windows Driver Store Version 22.19.666.1) Crimson 17.8.1 WHQL WINDOWS 7 Crimson 17.8.1 WHQL WINDOWS 7 Crimson 17.8.1 WHQL WINDOWS 10 Crimson 17.8.1 WHQL WINDOWS 10 Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 Highlights Support For Radeon RX Vega Series Graphics Quake™ Champions Early Access Agents of Mayhem Fixed Issues Some protected content applications may experience an HDCP error code while playing Blu-ray content. A limited number of HDR enabled TV's may experience intermittent HDMI signal loss. Grand Theft Auto V may experience an intermittent application crash. With Enhanced Sync enabled Video playback on desktop or YouTube playback in Google Chrome may cause tearing choppy playback. Forza Horizon 3 may experience long or extended load times. FreeSync displays may experience stuttering when watching fullscreen video content. FreeSync brightness or flickering issues have been resolved on a small amount of Samsung FreeSync enabled displays that may have been experiencing issues. Tekken™ 7 may experience a crash (Chapter 13) on some Radeon RX 380 Series graphics products. Known Issues GPU Scaling may fail to work on some DirectX®11 applications. Radeon WattMan may not reach applied overclock states on Radeon RX Vega series graphics products or may cause mouse stuttering when left running in the background. Windows Media Player may experience an application hang during video playback if Radeon ReLive is actively recording desktop. Secondary displays may show corruption or green screen when the display/system enters sleep or hibernate with content playing. Unable to create Eyefinity configurations through the Eyefinity Advanced Setup option. The "Reset" option in Radeon Settings Gaming tab may enable the "HBCC Memory Segment" feature instead of setting it to the default disabled state. After resuming from sleep and playing back video content the system may become unresponsive on Radeon RX Vega series graphics products. Bezel compensation in mixed mode Eyefinity cannot be applied. AMD Product Compatibility Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 is compatible with the following AMD Radeon products. Note: AMD Radeon™ R9 Fury, Radeon™ Pro Duo, Radeon™ RX 400 Series & AMD Radeon™ RX 500 Series graphics are only supported by Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition on Windows 7/10 64-bit. Compatible Operating Systems Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.8.1 is designed to support the following Microsoft® Windows® platforms. Operating System support may vary depending on your specific AMD Radeon product. Windows® 10 (32 & 64-bit version) Windows 7 (32 & 64-bit version with SP1 or higher)
  2. Depends how desperate are you to buy a new card. I would avoid reference design, because are often inferior to custom cards. So if you can wait till September, grab Vega, otherwise find a cheap 1080 Ti and you should be just as happy. Also take freesync frequency range into consideration. Not all monitors are the same.
  3. 5 years of warranty is really good. I wasn't expecting that you are still covered by warranty at this point. I don't think overclocking is a problem, otherwise Sapphire would not offer TRIXX software for this very purpose. Also, I would be surprised if they still had a replacement. Gaming Hawaii is EOL.
  4. Have you tried booting with integrated GPU or with secondary GPU to see if the 390 is even detected in the system? Such errors are either very easy to fix or your card is simply dead. Maybe there's a problem with the power cable from PSU? You can try removing the cooler and looking for blown capacitors, any spots something could've burned etc. Maybe it has dual-BIOS so you can see if the primary got corrupted? Just throwing ideas. BTW I wonder how Vega will perform in R6 Siege
  5. Nice, do you have any pics? I remember Voodoo era quite well, but I never had the opportunity to use any of those cards. Most DOS games were running just fine without any accelerator. The first game ever to give me a low framerate was Destruction Derby 2.
  6. Depends on the resolution, both cards will do just fine at 1080p, but the higher the ingame settings the more likely you will hit the vram limit on 1060. From these two I would take 570 4GB.
  7. FreeSync is a nice technology, but you should base your decision on raw performance rather than what features it has. For this resolution, all these cards should provide you the best possible framerate. If your monitor is 60-75 Hz, then you will hardly see a difference when using VSYNC or FreeSync. Either way, wait for benchmarks, it's way too early to say how fast is Vega.
  8. Did you try to overclock it?
  9. There is no evidence that 580 will be better in any other way. Of course it will be cheaper then, but there are many shops which are already out of stock of 400 series and they won't have any more cards. As far as I know, the difference between 580 and 480 prices at launch won't be high, so if you are not in the rush, just wait those two weeks for more information.
  10. 580 is basically rebranded 480 with higher clocks. Most RX580 will run at 1350-1400 MHz, which is achievable for most 480s. 480 is currently available at a good price, so I would suggest 480. Of course, if you are planning to sell it later, it would better to buy 580 instead, because it will be worth more after a year. Of course nothing is stopping you from waiting 2 weeks for 580 launch, then make your decision based on existing reviews, but it may be harder to find a good deal on 480 then.
  11. 940mx

    It's a strange configuration tbh. Top of the line Kaby Lake and ancient maxwell 940mx.. Hopefully you are not planning to play games on that machine.
  12. 940mx

    There is not enough information to give you a straight answer. I would contact Dell to be sure. Also its seems you already asked this question on other forums and you were given the same advice http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-3368169/dell-latitude-5580-gtx-940mx-2gb-64bit-ddr3-gddr5.html
  13. It's not a benchmark, it's stability tester
  14. For overall stability, I recommend ASUS RealBench https://rog.asus.com/articles/news/realbench-v2-43-new-version-available-now/
  15. Out of curiosity, what CPU temperatures are we talking about here? My 6800K won't go above 4.3 GHz with 1.35V.. Staying at 4.2 for stability. I have very low RPM for AIO cooler, temperature is 40C idle and 55C under load.