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So I got new rx 570. I was using igpu vega 8 and do I need to change something? Delete old drivers ? How?

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Just now, HypedKid said:

So I got new rx 570. I was using igpu vega 8 and do I need to change something? Delete old drivers ? How?

since they're both using the same drivers then it's not a big deal, but it's still recommended.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

 

Download DDU and go into safe mode to run the program, but first uninstall your drivers before you do that.

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2 minutes ago, syn2112 said:

since they're both using the same drivers then it's not a big deal, but it's still recommended.

If they use the same drivers, there's no reason to do anything other than install the 570.

 

If I upgraded from my GTX 780 to a GTX 1080, I could just plug and play since they still use the same drivers.

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

If they use the same drivers, there's no reason to do anything other than install the 570.

 

If I upgraded from my GTX 780 to a GTX 1080, I could just plug and play since they still use the same drivers.

yes i know that, but DDU takes a few seconds, it doesn't hurt

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AMD driver is universal i think, you should not reinstall. Try running it, if you have problems then DDU.

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2 minutes ago, syn2112 said:

yes i know that, but DDU takes a few seconds, it doesn't hurt

So is it really worth it ? I think I will try first without DDU...

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Just now, HypedKid said:

So is it really worth it ? I think I will try first without DDU...

sure go ahead, i don't think you'll encounter any issues

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3 hours ago, HypedKid said:

So is it really worth it ? I think I will try first without DDU...

Plug it in and just see.. If a GPU needs drivers it will still output to display in order for you to do so. It's not like you'll plug it in, not have display because no drivers, and then have to take it out.

 

Just make sure you change the DP or HDMI to the GPU and don't leave it connected to the Motherboard display connections.

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