Ryzen 3/5 apu drivers

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  1. pendragon1

    pendragon1 [H]ardness Supreme

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    didnt see these posted anywhere but here are the drivers for the new apus.

    https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-ar...-with-Radeon-Vega-Graphics-Release-Notes.aspx

    Support For
    • Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics Processor products
    Known Issues
    • RAID drivers are not included in display driver packages. Users wishing to use RAID should navigate to the amd.com APU chipset driver page to find and install RAID drivers.
    • AMD has noted a potential system crash while running certain OpenCL applications like Linpack-DGEMM & Indigo benchmark. AMD is currently testing a solution to this issue and an updated driver will be released very shortly. Please visit amd.com for updates.
    • 3DMark┬«Firestrike may experience an application hang during GT2 test.

    edit: deleted borked link. and looked at what the package contains.
    first link is an aio with basic chipset, video and sound drivers and the control panel.
    second link has RAID and nvme drivers.​
     
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    When you click the 'APU chipset driver page' link you show it pulls up the AM4 chipset page with the latest driver for all Ryzen, Threadripper, Vega APU ect. The direct link you show is just for the 2400, 2200 APU. I just wondered if they are different. Thanks for the info.
     
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    the chipset link is just for the raid driver. the top link is for the graphics drivers for the apu. amd decided to break them apart. and the third direct link doesn owrk right and im about to remove it :)

    edit maybe the top has the regular chipset stuff and gpu stuff aio. not sure, d/l'ing to look...
     
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    It looks like this one https://support.amd.com/en-us/download/chipset?os=Windows 10 - 64 is the one size fits all driver and the one you link is the 2400, 2200 specific driver. I have both a Ryzen R5 1600X and just the 2400G. The driver I linked shows it was updated 2-12-2018, I wonder if that was just to add the new APU's ? or if it also has updates for all Ryzen/Threadripper
     
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    thats the same page as the APU chipset driver link in the op. the chipset drivers are contained in the aio package that the first link does to. so the apu and the regular chipset drivers are now the same.