* Install Windows 10 via Boot Camp Assistant and complete Apple driver installation. * Download modified Radeon drivers from Bootcampdrivers.com. * Run DDU (included in modified drivers) to remove Apple Radeon drivers. * Disable Windows auto-installation of new devices then install modified Radeon drivers. * Restart MBP after Radeon driver installation completes but do not connect AMD eGPU. * Hot-plug AMD eGPU once MBP boots to the Windows Desktop. * Open Device Manager for AMD eGPU (should be yellow-banged by error 12 at this point). * Go to Devices by Connection then right-click the AMD eGPU to Uninstall. * Leave the AMD eGPU connected and restart the MBP.
After this I just select to use the Radeon VII for the games.
The only thing thats not working is the Radeon wattman to overclock the graphic card. But even is working the MacBook internal screen.
Just wanted to say thanks right upfront. Franky, great set of steps to get the Radeon VII working in BootCamp.
For those still having trouble here’s what I did to get it working:
My setup: iMac 5K 2017, Razer Core X, AMD Radeon VII.
Followed all steps from franky above except: on the step to “Disable Windows auto-installation...”, I did not personally know how to do this (haven’t used Windows in forever!). Of course Windows changed the driver from the Microsoft Basic Display to 67xxxx. Double-click on that 67xxx and select the driver tab and choose Roll Back Driver. It changed back to the Microsoft Basic Display driver and then I continued on with Franky’s guide.
An initial Geekbench test gave me around 105k OpenCL score. I looked in the Compute Device list and it showed 3*AMD Radeon VIIs in the list. I selected the second AMD Radeon VII in the list and re-ran the tests. This time I got 193k score.
Initial testing in Battlefield V at 5K and Ultra settings are smooth.