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uxox
 uxox
(@uxox)
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Hi guys,
this is my first post on this forum but I've been reading it for quite some time already.
I just set my MBP 15' 2017 with Bootcamp + Razer Core X + Sapphire RX Vega 64.
What I did was:
- Install newest windows 10
- No EFI drive, just clean bootcamp
- My Radeon 560 was all ok but Vega was visible as "Basic Graphic Card" so I used DDU
- I forced my Vega to be visible as Radeon 580 using 18.2.2 manual driver installation (580 because there was no Vega on the list)
- Then I changed 580 to Radeon RX Vega using 19.3.3

THE BIG QUESTION IS:
- How can I update my driver to be visible as Vega 64 ?
Regular Adrenaline instalator doesn't see any Radeon Card on my laptop 🙂
I can notice slight performance decrease using this method.

I was looking for standalone Vega 64 driver file with no autodetect etc.
Anyone can point me direction? I believe I need more accurate driver for better performance.

Sorry if my whole post is stupid, I might have missed some threads on the forum.
Thanks in advance 🙂

Cheers
UXOX

This topic was modified 3 months ago

Pending: Add my system information and expected eGPU configuration to my signature to give context to my posts


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Kelvin Tan
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Joined: 2 years ago
 

Try this.

  • Download latest (19.3.3) driver from Bootcampdrivers.com
  • Disconnect egpu
  • Boot into bootcamp
  • DDU all AMD drivers
  • Reboot
  • Install drivers from Bootcampdrivers com
  • Reboot
  • Plug in egpu and let it detect and install drivers
  • Reboot again with egpu plugged in
  • Profit

This method worked for me on 2016 mbp and 2018 mbp, both 15", with a Razer core x and rx580, Vega 56 (flashed to 64), and Radeon VII.

Edit: I don't use the internal display, only external monitors. If you are using internal display the steps might or might not work for you.

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X1 Yoga Gen3, X1 Tablet Gen 3, MacBook Pro 15" 2018
Razer Core X / Mantiz Venus
Asrock Radeon VII, Zotac Nvidia 1080Ti Amp Core Extreme, Powercolor Vega 56 reference (flashed to V64 bios)


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mac_editor
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Joined: 2 years ago
 

@uxox That’s what it shows up as for me as well (Radeon RX Vega). Not sure what the issue is. GPU functions normally and at full capacity.

purge-wrangler.shpurge-nvda.shset-eGPU.shautomate-eGPU EFI Installer


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