Originally Posted by nutcrackr
I wonder if they've been focusing on performance rather than stability?
Focusing on performance is a waste of time if the drivers aren't stable and they cause lots of issues. Biggest problem is lack of resources and talented software engineers. The good ones they had seem to have followed Raja to Intel.
Look at the release drivers that had loads of issues that most reviewers couldn't understand even got through Q&A, that's if they even did any. Plus they even managed to break things on Vega and Polaris that made them slower WTF. Pathetic to be honest and Navi is still in beta which is a joke.
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