The optional “Driver Options” 1 feature lets you swap from Radeon™ Pro Software to the latest Radeon™ Software Crimson ReLive Edition for Radeon™ Pro driver (a special version of our Radeon Software driver optimized for this feature downloadable from within Radeon Pro Settings) on the Radeon™ Pro WX series (desktop only) and Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition graphics cards.
“Driver Options” allows for seamless switching to Radeon Software for Radeon Pro drivers, enabling the gaming features of Radeon Software on professional hardware 2. To go back to Radeon Pro Software is as simple as a couple of clicks, allowing for rapid switching between professional and gaming software.LEARN MORE ABOUT RADEON SOFTWARE
Learn how to use Radeon Pro Settings “Driver Options” by downloading the user guide below.GET THE USER GUIDE
|Professional Mode||Gaming Mode|
|Can Swap to Radeon Software||Can Swap to Radeon Pro Software|
|Radeon Pro Software Performance, Quality, and Reliability||Radeon Software Experience, Performance, and Stability|
|Professional Features of Radeon Pro Software||Gaming Features of Radeon Software 2|
|Radeon™ Pro Software Certifications on Radeon™ Pro WX series products 3||Enabling High-performance Gaming Experiences|
|Radeon Software for Radeon Pro Driver Updates from within Radeon Pro Settings||Radeon Software for Radeon Pro Driver Updates from within Radeon Settings|
Seamlessly integrated in Radeon Pro Settings, Radeon Pro ReLive is AMD’s powerful professional-grade solution for high-resolution screen capture and recording.LEARN MORE
The Video tab includes profiles settings that provide different visual experiences for video playback. Select the profile that best matches your video content or create a custom profile to meet your needs. The Custom profile allows for personalized video settings such as AMD Steady Video and AMD Fluid Motion Video.
The Display tab includes settings that let you configure how your display is set up with your graphics card. You can turn on FreeSync if you have a supported monitor, configure Virtual Super Resolution, change the Scaling settings, set the Color Depth, change the Pixel Format, and create Custom Resolutions.
Within the Display tab are the Color Settings, where you can change the Color Temperature and adjust Brightness, Hue, Contrast, and Saturation.
The Applications tab includes Global Settings and custom graphics settings profiles for your installed applications. The settings that can be controlled here include Anti-aliasing, Anisotropic Filtering, Texture Quality, Vertical Refresh options, Tessellation, and FRTC (Frame Rate Target Control). On “Vega”-based Radeon professional graphics cards, the HBCC (High Bandwidth Cache Controller) Memory Segment size can be adjusted here too.
The system info tab provides you with both a basic overview and detailed information about your system’s Radeon Pro Software and Hardware.
The less commonly used advanced settings of your Radeon Pro and AMD FirePro™ hardware can be found by selecting the Advanced tab that will open a new window with additional options. The settings found here include:
© 2017 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. All rights reserved. AMD, the AMD Arrow logo, FirePro, Radeon, and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Other product names used in this publication are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective companies.