AMD Radeon Video Card Drivers v19.50.29.20

Details & Download Information on AMD's Latest Driver Suite

Version 19.50.29.20 of the AMD/ATI Radeon video card driver suite was released on April 2, 2020. These drivers are also referred to as AMD Adrenalin Edition Drivers.

This is the latest version of these drivers, compatible with most AMD-based video cards and modern PC operating systems.

This is the final, WHQL version of these drivers and replaces all previously available drivers. You should install v19.50.29.20 if you have a supported AMD or ATI GPU running any previous driver release, including any beta version.

See What Version of This Driver Do I Have Installed? if you're not sure which AMD Radeon driver version you have installed.

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Changes in AMD Radeon v19.50.29.20

Here are more details on some of the fixes, improvements, and other changes in version 19.50.29.20:

  • Support For: Resident Evil 3
  • Fixed: Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm may experience a black screen or application hang while gaming for extended periods of time on some Radeon RX Vega series graphics product system configurations.
  • Fixed: HDR may fail to enable or be detected in applications and games using the Vulkan® API.
  • Fixed: Doom Eternal may fail to launch in some hybrid graphics system configurations.
  • Fixed: Radeon ReLive streaming may fail to launch or may crash when a stream session is started with performance metrics overlay enabled.
  • Fixed: Some clock values may fail to populate for a limited number of graphics products in the Radeon Settings Hardware information tab.

You can see all the details on this new release, including the full list of fixes and any known issues, plus a full list of compatible AMD/ATI GPUs, in the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.4.1 Release Notes.

Download AMD Video Drivers (Desktop & Mobile)

Windows 10 and Windows 7 are supported operating systems for the v19.50.29.20 drivers:

Supported desktop and all-in-one AMD GPUs for v19.50.29.20 include RX Vega series, RX 5700 series, RX 5600 XT, RX 5500 series, RX 500 series, RX 400 series, Radeon Pro Duo, Radeon R9 (Fury, Nano, 200, 300), R7 (300, 200), R5 (300, 200) and Radeon HD 7700 and 8500 series GPUs. A-Series AMD Radeon R7, R6, R5, R4, R3, and R2 APUs are also supported.

Supported mobile AMD GPUs for v19.50.29.20 include Mobility Radeon HD (8500M and 7700M) and AMD Radeon R9/R7/R5, RX 5500M, and M200/M300 series GPUs.

Not sure if you should download the 32-bit or 64-bit driver? See Am I Running a 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows? for help.

Some laptops, netbooks, and tablets with integrated AMD graphics, especially some of those manufactured by Toshiba, Sony, and Panasonic, may not be supported by any driver from AMD, even if there's an AMD Mobility logo on your computer. If you have trouble installing these drivers from AMD, use the video drivers provided by your computer manufacturer instead.

Have questions about Windows 10 support for your AMD video card? See their Windows 10 Driver Support for AMD Radeon Graphics Product page for help.

AMD Video Drivers for Windows 8, Vista, and XP

AMD does support Windows 8Windows Vista, and Windows XP but not always with the latest driver version.

Check for Windows 8, Vista, and XP drivers for your AMD-based video card from the AMD Drivers and Software page.

Download Drivers for Older AMD/ATI Chipsets

Desktop and Mobility Radeon HD 4000, HD 3000, HD 2000 drivers, as well as Radeon HD AGP series drivers, tend to be released less often, and are usually focused on problem fixing instead of feature adding.

Find the latest driver available for these GPUs from the AMD Drivers and Software page. Beta drivers and drivers for other AMD products can also be found there.

See our Windows 10 Drivers, Windows 8 Drivers, or Windows 7 Drivers pages for information about popular new drivers in those versions of Windows. I keep those resources regularly updated with releases not only from AMD, but also from other major hardware makers.

Having Trouble With These New AMD Video Drivers?

The first thing to do if your newly installed AMD video drivers don't work is to uninstall and then reinstall the installation package. You can do this from the appropriate applet in Control Panel.

If that's not possible for some reason, try rolling back the driver. See How to Roll Back a Driver for detailed instructions in all versions of Windows.

If you encounter problems after installing these drivers and you're confident that it's a bug with the new driver, let AMD know by filling out their AMD Issue Reporting Form.