With more than 4 GB of memory available for today's computers, 64-bit systems are becoming more mainstream. In April, NVIDIA announced that it would stop providing drives for 32-bit systems, including Win7/8.1/10/Linux/FreeBSD, and that its original maintenance support would be up to January next year.
However, AMD is different. Prior to the RX 400, graphics cards included Fury, R300/200, and even HD series. There are still 32-bit driver updates, such as HD 7970's Adrenalin Edition 18.9.1 driver software, which supports Win7/10 32bit.
However, an unnamed source revealed to VCZ that it will announce by the end of the month that it will be stopping the 32-bit system, following NV's
It should be noted that this 32-bit stop and change should include but not limited to Windows 7/8.1/10, Ubuntu, Red Hat, etc.
In this regard, AMD has not yet responded to media inquiries.