[SOLVED] RX 580 No Recommended Update since Sept?

Karadjgne

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Old addage, 'if it ain't broke, it don't need fixin'.

The prior updates were to fix things amd/sapphire thought needed fixing. But they do draw the line somewhere, so bugs that only affect a few ppl are usually ignored whereas bugs that affect a lot of ppl get their full attention.

If you figure an update might fix 1-3 major flaws or 10-30 minor ones, it would seem the need for major flaw updates are about over, and it's taking a lot longer to incorporate 10-30 minor fixes into a single update.
 
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EsmaFingerpin

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The latest one is 9 days ago.

Revision Number
Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.11.2 Optional (WHQL)
Release Date
11/18/2020

You can see it in the screenshot you did. You install that one.
This is a reply to both of you its a optional one but not recommended when I try to install that one my computer restarts it has done it twice so not going risk it again.

Optional means its not a stable version of it I believe as well which could be why I keep having issues with it
 

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If you want to wait for it to become recommended just wait. You don't need the latest drivers if you don't have any issues anywhere.
Alright I will I was seeing Recommended ones every few months and haven't for awhile so was finding it odd when there hasn't been one since September.
 

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they don't keep update old gen
Yet they did in September

Anyways I'm saving up for a better GPU upgrade too but right now everything is double the price cause this covid situation like GPU Upgrade of this would cost me probably $500.00 instead the $300.00 I was quoted once
 

Karadjgne

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Old addage, 'if it ain't broke, it don't need fixin'.

The prior updates were to fix things amd/sapphire thought needed fixing. But they do draw the line somewhere, so bugs that only affect a few ppl are usually ignored whereas bugs that affect a lot of ppl get their full attention.

If you figure an update might fix 1-3 major flaws or 10-30 minor ones, it would seem the need for major flaw updates are about over, and it's taking a lot longer to incorporate 10-30 minor fixes into a single update.
 
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