Better clean out and repaste the 2080Ti.
Installed F34 from F33. Everything running fine, no problems.
Oh look, another case that looks exactly the same as every other case to come out in the past few years.
Destiny 2 performance should be massively improved with this driver.
Probably... AMD doesn't exactly have a track record for delaying releases to make sure the quality is good.
Which game? I'm playing Final Fantasy XIV right now, which is DX11 and not running into any stuttering.
If everything is a high priority, nothing is a priority.
So far, with HAGS enabled, everything seems fine. Will keep using it over the weekend and see how it goes.
I can see and enable HAGS, on latest public (non-insider) 21H1 build with 6800.
I picked up FH4 maybe a year ago and been having a lot of fun with it. I can just drive around for hours. Got 90+ hours into it. FH5 looks...
They lost me at the props.
I'm not sure what HWInfo uses to get the data from, but it's working fine for me and my installation is pretty bare boned. I only have the display...
Yeah, the separate ccc2_install is just silly. It's referenced by the display driver inf file, so I'm not aware of any way to change any of that...
Very interesting idea here. I'm curious how this would apply to situations with multiple monitors and switching between say a game and a browser....
It will run in the cloud too, or at the very least require constant connection to their network.
Except it's not free. It's coming at an image quality cost.
This is much more interesting than blurry upscaling technologies. Bring on the real performance improvements. Putting this in an AM4 socket CPU...
What will cost more, DDR5 or GPUs? Nobody has a spare kidney for DDR5 after trading them in for a GPU.
Try running "C:\Program Files\AMD\CNext\CNext\cncmd.exe exit" instead of force killing the processes. It's the clean way to stop Radeon Software...
Slap pci-e 4.0 on 3.0 drive