AMDGPU-PRO Driver for Linux 17.30 released
Posted on: 08/14/2017 04:37 PM

AMD has released a new AMDGPU-PRO Driver for Linux with compatibility for Ubuntu 16.04.3 (kernel 4.10/X.Org 1.19) and Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cards

AMDGPU-PRO Driver for Linux 17.30 released


AMDGPU-PRO Driver 17.30 Highlights
​Provides support for the Radeon RX Vega series of graphics cards
Provides support for RHEL 6.9 and CentOS 6.9
Provides support for Ubuntu 16.04.3 (kernel 4.10/X.Org 1.19)

Fixed Issues
Display goes into sleep mode while installing the Driver on RHEL7.3
Application crashes while swapping rendering engine settings from "OpenGL" to "OpenGL Core profile" on Maya 2016
Fatal error observed while Exit/Close of Houdini v16
Unable to get to Desktop after driver install the driver on RHEL7.3
Performance score fluctuation while running Unigine Heaven with a 4K display, under 8x mode.
Failure observed while running Specviewperf10 ensight test under Ubuntu
Occasional hang observed while playing Hitman and Rust

Known Issues
System hangs are observed sometimes during wake on performing S3 on Vega-based cards
Corruption observed in F1 2015 on Vega-based cards
A display hang may be observed when launching CounterStrike: Global Offensive in low settings on Vega-based cards.
Booth Demo Sample is not as expected in Radeon ProRender
Application crashes may occur while setting the Dragon Sample in Radeon ProRender
Blender rendering has issues with this driver
Indigo-Bench hangs system on 2nd scene render
Sometimes failures are observed with the latest version of FireRender



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