Huh. I'm really curious about LeekM's fix. What exactly does it do? I have to wonder why AMD seems to have left free performance on the table. I recall earlier Catalysts from the 12.x and 13.x series had major issues like lower texture quality in HD 7xxx cards than previous generations, and until around 13.4, graphic corruptions in the form of black artefacts randomly flashing across the screen during intense gaming. Could the fix have anything to do with those? Does it increase buffers or default flip queue size? Does it perhaps negatively interfere with performance in other areas like CPU performance or audio (low latency/exclusive mode) performance? Does it increase power consumption? Not that I care, but AMD might feel a slight improvement in performance isn't justified by a large power draw increase, since their hardware is often bashed for inefficiency. Can it reduce performance in some programs/games or scenarios? I'm only listing possible negatives because it doesn't seem likely to me that AMD would arbitrarily omit something supposedly so great, especially when they're known for, and have been trying to mend, bad driver performance. Edit: More importantly, is this fix even relevant for discrete desktop cards?