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Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Suff Africa
It maybe a stupid question ...
I've just formatted my PC and updated it to this very minute. I've got a Radeon RX 480 and Windows, through its update, also installed a driver for it (as it has all the previous times I formatted any PC).
My question is, is this enough?
Or should I download the Catalyst driver from the AMD website itself. Is the compatible driver through Windows updates also the "real" thing?
The reason I'm asking a supposedly stupid question, to me, is that I feel I should have asked this question yonks ago.
Day 7 without brandy and coke and I'm starting to lose hearing in my left eye.
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