LOL, you did exactly what he said you'd do. Look up. The article you're posting about says 48% of people with AMD cards reported driver problems among all cards still in use. Not a thing about "Just since the 2020 update". The problems clearly existed well before that and were SUPPOSED to have been FIXED by the 2020 update. They weren't.
Try being a little more objective and a little less fanboy.
How many of those people have used DDU utility to remove driver remnants from the OS that are quite possibly causing these recurrent issues in the first place?
AMD brought out numerous major driver updates before 2020 update but people apparently expect these driver versions to 'seamlessly' update themselves and function without problems.
Many driver problems stem from outdated drivers and their remnants in the OS.
The recommended course of action is that if you are changing GPU's, you NEED to run DDU to remove old drivers from the OS completely, and then clean install latest ones for the GPU you have in the system.
Similar thing applies when installing major driver updates.
For smaller updates between drivers, DDU removal and clean install is not needed, but for MAJOR driver iterations, it is common sense to run DDU to remove old drivers and their remnants followed by clean installing LATEST drivers.
Also, it doesn't hurt to have latest chipset drivers, and sometimes even that the BIOS is updated (sometimes if you install really new hw on an older mobo without BIOS updates, it can actually cause problems down the line - not always of course).
People were suggesting use of DDU for a LONG time now... whether its for NV or AMD.
I've been using AMD drivers for a long time now like this without problems... and the people for whom I've set up their PC's with AMD gpu's and drivers, they also haven't had problems.