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For those of us who run Windows through Boot Camp on this Mac, keeping the graphics driver updated is a little bit of a chore. ) is not supporting the Radeon R9 M370X GPU in this Mac Book Pro with their standard Radeon driver updates.
Instead, this GPU will only run specific Boot Camp drivers that you can download from AMD’s site or through Apple’s Software Update utility.
While I do not think this procedure should cause any significant problems for your Windows installation or your Mac, installing this unsupported driver is completely at your own risk.
Specifically, if you are trying to play the recent release of Rainbow Six Siege on a Mac Book Pro Retina 15″ Mid-2015 model, you will have noticed significant graphical glitching as this video demonstrates: As the video states, it turns out the fix is to simply update to the latest Radeon graphic drivers.
This normally would be a no-brainer easy fix, except that I stated above we Mac Book Pro Retina owners who have the AMD Radeon R9 M370X can not update our drivers past the official September 21st release.
It is only because AMD specifically excludes the Radeon R9 M370X GPU from their driver installer that we are left out.
If there was only a way to force the drivers to install, I felt I could make it work.
For most people, that really isn’t much of an issue.