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Amd Improving Crossfire With A Prototype Driver.

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Great news :) 


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I don't think it's even possible to fix it completely with a driver. Probably with the HD 9000 series we'll see hardware improvements.

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I don't think it's even possible to fix it completely with a driver. Probably with the HD 9000 series we'll see hardware improvements.

AMD has stated it's not a hardware issue, but entirely driver related.


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I don't think it's even possible to fix it completely with a driver. Probably with the HD 9000 series we'll see hardware improvements.

You have failed, seriously.

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Awesome, it's nice to see AMD listening to their customers and review sites, although there's still much work to be done xD.

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Awesome, I wanna be able to recommend crossfire again :) 


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I think AMD is making a stride in the right direction. Does Nvidia have any frame delay issues?

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I think AMD is making a stride in the right direction. Does Nvidia have any frame delay issues?

kinda. it depends which game,

 

hawken maxxed out is fucking horrible with 660ti's in sli. you get much more fps by disabling sli and using the second gpu as a dedicated physx card. alot of uneccassary stuff is compiled by physx and just cheww up your fps.

 

but then go look at bf3, cod, and LoL and i get relatively nice scaling, fairly low and consistent frametimes. and a smooth experience. to be honest, i'm regretting the switch to nvidia since amd is now releasing these drivers.

 

i'd downgrade to a 7970 if i could.

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http://youtu.be/RIFYyDV3DKs?t=1m22s

 

is the start of the most noticeable effects. run it fullscreen in 1080p to get the biggest difference. truly made it much better. i wonder how single card solutions have been improved.

 

I dont think there was a big problem with single cards ;) it was about the same as nvidia 


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AMD continues to push out some good drivers. I don't crossfire myself but I'm sure all the people that do can't wait for the driver to be released

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