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AMD Radeon graphics card - drivers OK???

PhilBurton

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As one of the parts for my new system, I had decided on a Gigabyte Radeon 5000 series graphics card, until I read some user comments about unstable drivers. The comments were focused on games. One person commented that he has had trouble with AMD drivers, but not nVidia drivers. I had selected this Gigabyte card on the basis of better price/performance and a reasonable price.

Can anyone comment. Again, I do not play games on my PC, but I do use it for Lightroom and some Photoshop.

Phil Burton
 
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