In what appears to be the first post of AMD's official Reddit account, AMD has pledged to improve graphics driver support for their Ryzen-based mobile PCs. The company mentions that "graphics drivers are typically tailored for specific OEM platforms," and unfortunately, most notebook OEMs don't have the best track record when it comes to maintaining customized drivers, which is exactly what prompted this response. AMD says they will work with OEMs "to increase the release frequency of AMD Ryzen Mobile processor graphics drivers," and that they will look into other ways they can help customers. Thanks to Hexus for spotting the post Starting in 2019, we will target enabling OEMs to deliver a twice-annual update of graphics drivers specifically for all AMD Ryzen Mobile processor-based systems. Because the release is ultimately up to the OEMs, this may vary from platform to platform, but we want to put out a clear goal for us and our OEM partners. Those updates should be available for download on the respective OEM websites. In addition, AMD will continue to evaluate ways in which we can offer validated graphics drivers for AMD Ryzen Mobile processor-based notebooks aligned to the latest AMD software updates, and will provide updates as soon as we are able. Thank you to the community of AMD users who voice their opinions on this issue.