AMD Chipset Drivers Download v2.13.27.501

criccio

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I'd probably download this from AMD directly so do so at your own risk.

Driver NamePrevious VersionNew VersionChange Details
AMD Ryzen Power Plan / AMD Processor Power Management Support6.0.0.76.0.0.9Updated Ryzen 7 desktop setting to support power slider and quiescent mode
Updated Ryzen? 7 mobile slider setting for Better Battery and Better Performance
AMD PCI Device Driver1.0.0.811.0.0.82Bug fixes
AMD I2C Driver1.2.0.1111.2.0.117Fixed the Synchronization when there is a delay
Robust Error Handling in case of ghost interrupt
AMD UART Driver1.2.0.112No Change
AMD GPIO2 Driver2.2.0.130No Change
PT GPIO Driver2.0.1.0No Change
AMD PSP Driver4.13.0.0No Change
AMD IOV Driver1.2.0.491.2.0.52New device ID support added
AMD SMBUS Driver5.12.0.38No Change
AMD AS4 ACPI Driver1.2.0.46No Change
AMD SFH I2C Driver1.0.0.86No Change
AMD USB Filter Driver2.1.11.304No Change
AMD SFH Driver1.0.0.3121.0.0.313Human Object Detection (HOD) feature added
AMD CIR Driver3.2.4.135No Change
AMD MicroPEP Driver1.0.28.0No Change
 

E4g1e

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Yes it does uninstall the old
Not really. Just installing the newest drivers on top of the old will leave a conflict between the old files and the new files. And because the structure of the new drivers is now completely different from the old drivers, AMD (and especially ASUS) recommend that you manually uninstall the older driver before you install the newest AMD driver.

At first I did an in-place update, and my benchmark scores plummeted. Wiping out the older driver and then reinstalling the newer driver from scratch restored my system's performance.
 

SpongeBob

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Not really. Just installing the newest drivers on top of the old will leave a conflict between the old files and the new files. And because the structure of the new drivers is now completely different from the old drivers, AMD (and especially ASUS) recommend that you manually uninstall the older driver before you install the newest AMD driver.

At first I did an in-place update, and my benchmark scores plummeted. Wiping out the older driver and then reinstalling the newer driver from scratch restored my system's performance.
Is this the only thing I need to uninstall? I'm brand new to this platform.
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SpongeBob

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Did anyone see any performance increases in Cinebench or anything?
 
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