I have an Asus Prime X470-Pro motherboard and recently updated the chipset drivers to the most recent version, which is 18.50.16.01. The AMD chipset drivers that Asus provides install like the Adrenaline software, which is sort of confusing. Anyway, now the Radeon settings advise me that my current driver version is 18.50.16.01 and 19.1.1 is the recommended version. 19.1.1 is the version I had installed before doing the chipset driver update. When doing the update, if you hover your mouse over a particular driver option (e.g. VGA), it will tell you if you have a more recent version installed, or if the version you are currently installing is an update. So I went with the update (18.50.16.01), and my question is, why are the driver versions so different? I thought the 18.50.16.01 referred to the X470 chipset drivers, not the graphics drivers. And, regardless of what Radeon settings tell me, is 18.50.16.01 more recent than 19.1.1? I ask because the Radeon software has a known bug where it recommends older driver versions as updates. AMD have claimed to have fixed this in the past few updates, but even before the current version confusion I'm experiencing, Radeon incorrectly said an older version was available as an update for me...for the past three driver updates. Thanks in advance!