Yesterday, we, and other media outlets, reported that AMD's Radeon Pro drivers, which are normally exclusive to their pricey professional GPUs, would support AMD's consumer-oriented Radeon VII graphics card. But the level of support wasn't exactly clear, as the driver notes were vague and didn't even mention Radeon VII by name. Today, AMD sent the Reddit user TrueMantle an email, along with a chart, showing just what software features the new GPU will support with pro drivers. In a nutshell, workstation application optimizations and certifications don't apply to Radeon VII (or any regular Radeon GPU) running on the pro drivers. Thanks to TechPowerUp for spotting the post. I posted the chart here. Coming directly from AMD (via mail): "Clarification: AMD provides the same driver support to Radeon VII that is available on other Radeon consumer hardware as listed in the table below. To be specific, workstation performance, application certifications, and features do not apply to Radeon consumer hardware when using Radeon Pro Software. The explicit purpose of our "One Driver" program is to simplify implementation for businesses that use Radeon consumer and Radeon Pro products across their install base."