At the end of May, Windows 10 v2004 May updates began to push large areas, AMD also simultaneously released a supporting version of 20.5.1 new drivers, finally supportthe WDDM 2.7 driver model, and support the new system hardware accelerated GPU scheduling technology. However, with various attempts, this feature is never available. Today, AMD quietly released the 20.5.1 Beta GHS driver, of which GHS represents “Graphics Hardware Scheduling” (graphic hardware scheduling).
AMD graphics cards are finally starting to truly support Windows 10 v2004’s hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling, which can be turned on at the graphics settings set by Windows system settings.
The so-called hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling can increase the minimum and average frame rate in the game, and reduce latency, with minimal need to support SM 6.3 graphics, but at present AMD graphics cards are limited to the latest RX 5700/5600 series of high-end cards, even if the RX 5500 series has not yet been added, let alone the older RX Vega, RX 500/400 series.
Prior to this, Intel core graphics card, NVIDIA graphics card has been normal support hardware accelerated GPU scheduling technology, the corresponding driver version number of the lowest 188.8.131.5259, 450.12.