If you’re buying a new Windows PC today, your graphics card will manufactured by one of two companies: NVIDIA or AMD.
Supported mobile AMD GPUs for v include Mobility Radeon HD (8000M, 7000M, 6000M, 5000) and AMD Radeon R9/R7/R5 M200/M300 series GPUs.
A-Series AMD HD 8000D, 7000D, 6000D, 8000G, 7000G, and 6000G APUs are good here too.
Windows 10, Windows 8 (including Windows 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update), and Windows 7 are supported operating systems for the v drivers:32-bit Download [Windows 10/8/7]64-bit Download [Windows 10/8/7]Supported desktop and all-in-one AMD GPUs for v include 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 850 series GPUs.
A-Series AMD Radeon R7, R6, R5, R4, R3, and R2 APUs are also supported.
Most operating systems have a default display driver with limited functionality which will work for most display adapters.
In order to use the more advanced features like three dimensional graphics, a full display driver designed for that specific display adapter must be installed.
Graphics cards weren't very useful for early computers, since they didn't have the capability to run graphic-based games or high-resolution videos as modern computers do now.
Within the industry, video cards are sometimes called graphics add-in-boards, abbreviated as AIBs, Classical desktop computer architecture with a distinct graphics card over PCI Express.
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.
A video card (also called a display card, graphics card, display adapter or graphics adapter) is an expansion card which generates a feed of output images to a display (such as a computer monitor).