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AMDGPU-PRO 16.60 is now officially available for AMD GPU owners and it adds support for even more cards including GCN 1.0.

It might not cover the whole of GCN 1.0, as their generations and naming schemes are mixed in together. Some cards in the same series are from different generations, for example. Cards like the 7900 series still aren't listed.

Newly supported cards as of this release:
AMD Radeon™ R7 M260/M265/M340/M350/M365/M370/M380/M465/M465X ​
AMD Radeon™ R7 240/250/250X/260/260X/350 ​
AMD Radeon™ HD7700/7800/8500/8600 ​
AMD Radeon™ HD7700M/7800M/8500M/8530M/8600M/8700M/8790M/8800M ​

Issues fixed:
- Hard-hangs are sometimes observed during display hot-plug.
- Launching Steam client sometimes causes system hang.
- Rendering error in glxgears in performance mode.

Features supported:
- Supported APIs:
* OpenGL 4.5 and GLX 1.4
* OpenCL™1.2
* Vulkan™ 1.0
- Basic display features
- Basic power management features
- KMS (Kernel Mode Setting) and ADF (Atomic Display Framework) support
- GPL compliant kernel module
- FirePro™ Features (EDID Management and 30-bit color)
- FreeSync support (Please refer to this FAQ for more information)
- DirectGMA for OpenGL

You can find the release notes here.

Thanks to this tweeter for pointing it out to me. Article taken from
Tags: AMD, Drivers
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sub 26 Jan, 2017
I wonder if there is something particular difficult or wrong with the 79x0 series that it is not supported by that release?
Leopard 26 Jan, 2017
According to the last two articles,Liam became this in my mind

kellerkindt 26 Jan, 2017
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So HD 8570M still not supported? Common...
Dribbleondo 27 Jan, 2017
R7 250 support, hell yes.

Goodbye Padoka, you served me well.
buenaventura 27 Jan, 2017
00:01.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Mullins [Radeon R4/R5 Graphics] [1002:9851] (rev 05) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])

So, is that in there or what? :P These naming-problems are ridiculous!

Anyway, is there any real performance benefit yet, going AMDGPU?
Dea1993 27 Jan, 2017
what aput APU support? the last time i've used AMDGPU-PRO on my notebook with AMD APU A10 8700p (GCN 1.2) i had really bad performance and really high temperature (and worse power managment)
ThePierrasse 27 Jan, 2017
The R9 270 & 270X still aren't listed
MayeulC 27 Jan, 2017
Hey, guys, the open source driver are still better in a lot of cases, unless you have special needs, of course.

I need to upgrade my old card (will probably build a whole new rig), I saw the Furry X at 250€, same price as the 480. Should I buy one of these? (which?), or wait for vega? (I do not plan to spend more than ~350 anyway, 250 is OK.
hm11 27 Jan, 2017
I just wonder why wont they officially support arch yet? all this seems good and all but its just so limited, not to mention the mesa drivers are better than this ... but i guess all progress is good atleast.
veccher 27 Jan, 2017
i have a r9 270 and my friend have a r9 280, we're still waiting.
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