One might consider purchasing 2 Threadrippers, one to build into your system and one to keep boxed up.
Looks more like an additional source of bugs and crashes while gaming to me.
If these are honest recommended specs than I can definitly live with that.
I switched to Nvidia because AMD had driver issues. since then Nvidia drivers went down the crapper and now this stupid thing. I might even sell...
Bye Nvidia. It was a short, mediocre time I had with your devices.
Even calling Win10 an Operating system is debatable.
I got my Nvidia Card for 2 months now and I'm starting to doubt switching from an AMD card was a good idea.
Same here on Win7.
A fresh installation of Win8 / 7 would have probably done the same.
Almost the same happened to me.
I now switched to a 980Ti because at low frame rates my 290x has random frametime spikes.
So, what are the chances Fiji will be a sold in rare numbers 900$ water cooled only GPU?
It's ok, I guess if you are not able to realize the micro stuttering going on you wouldn't mind gaps in your display either.
Further proof that multi GPU setups are a waste of money.
If you have an overclocked card with dual bios, switch to default bios instead of performance oc bios.
I see my decision to avoid Crossfire since all the problems I had with my 4870x2 paid off.
Switch to Intel maybe?
I have the same issue. It's only noticeable on large maps and in the distance.
A new U7 beta driver is availiable. It comes with the pro suite instead of the U7 standard control panel.
It does not have the radar function...
So new Driver 15.3 release inc. ?
Noone uses Ratr. Just another reason to keep the usage of services that unnecessarily require an online account to a minimum.