No, the hardware acceleration frame dropping is still there for regular one monitor systems.
Dammit, I really wanted that hardware acceleration bug fixed.
Before gaming chairs, a normal office chair was like 100 dollars and really good ones were around 300.
Just think what Nvidia could do to move oprn graphics ahead iof it wasn't always looking for the best way to stuff it's pockets.
It looks like the crash happens even if I don't reload my wattman settings. What is causing this on win 11?
I've been getting black screen driver crashes that reset wattman, with this driver. It will just randomly black out, not while doing anything...
That's never going to happen. You may see more availability but they've seen people are willing to pay crazy prices. Remember when gas soared...
This driver was causing exception lockups and crashes for me in AC: Valhalla. I rolled back and crashes stopped.
I just died.
...which you will also not be able to buy.
Suddenly I don't feel so bad for paying 1300 USD for my RX 6800 XT
1000$ a year for a benchmark.
That's okay, almost nobody will have RX 6000 GPU's when it launches.
What is going on with those basemark openGL 4.5 scores?!
This thread seems to chock full of people who are either giddy it's having trouble and want it to die and people who are in denial of issues...
8.723 GHz AMD Piledriver-based FX-8370 chip
I knew this was happening the minute we saw those benchies.
I'm a little disappointed there were any 8k tests done that might have shown so leg stretching.