Retrieved 6 June To us, the most sensible explanation for all this is that the hardware must be there but is somehow broken – perhaps broken to the point that it will never be fixed on current silicon i. Please enter a title. If we’ve got the same video decode hardware as a previous generation part, it seems a little odd to think that we wouldn’t have a driver or software to enable the feature. This indicates to us that, even though we saw decode acceleration working in Tunis, AMD was having more trouble than expected in the QA department.
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When you guys fix this bug? All, i’ve been stumped by this UVD clock state issue for a long time, and as a result i’ve continued to stay on I am dissapointed in AMD: For AMD to launch a top to bottom product line and leave a feature like this out of their highest end part is very strange.
I recommend to anyone still experiencing this issue to try looking for applications and killing background software that might be tasking the GPU by stealth like NokiaSuite. Never had this issue before it started few updates ago.
We watched a side by side comparison of an R6xx based part and a G8x based part with interesting results that mostly pointed out the long way Intervideo and CyberLink have to go in refining their player software. If they know about this issue, then it is on ignore list, if they dont know how to reproduce it, then it is even worse.
I still have uvd bug. This is totally unnecessary.
It turns out that we couldn’t test video decode at all, as hardware acceleration was not enabled in our press driver.
Unified Video Decoder
And this happens at zero activity. R9 memory stuck at full speed Driver Please type your message and try again.
Update – i appear to have found a fix Come on guys, why I should turn off something to make bad driver work? Current technologies and software. I was finally able to switch back to my original bios I had a custom to by-pass the bug.
Unified Video Decoder – Wikipedia
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We did get a uvvd driver near launch, but in testing it we saw very bad video decode performance. To us, the most sensible explanation for all this is that the hardware must be there but is somehow broken – perhaps broken to the point that it will never be fixed on current silicon i.