Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by HaZe303, Feb 15, 2011.
Also thanks, appreciate the help
Just installed, they work great. No problems at all.
sorry m8 card I use is a reference ATI 5970 supplied by the good folks over at alienware and they stay on top of updates to all the stuff they install, so with there vbios update im not having gpu overload any more.
most people on steam say this made black ops worse....seems similar to me...i may have lost about 10-15 fps tho
hu.. I suppose you're using the firefox betas, because I'm on the older 3.X firefox..., and I still get the 99% gpu thing.
Here is a video I made of the mouse corner bug for those of you dont have it, here is how it looks and feels. I know someone already upped a video, but he was moving his cursor too fast so you couldnt see really the problem. Here is you can clearly see it, getting stuck on the top border.
On youtube, looky.
Anyone know if this driver fixes the problem that appeared sometime after 10.9 where it can't save Overscan settings if you turn off or switch away from the channel the radeon is plugged into via HDMI? Pretty annoying since TV requires 0% overscan to avoid black borders.
yeah same problems here mate, Magnetic effect, May be 11.2a Hotfix will fix this....
I am disgusted that the mouse bug is still not fixed. All games that require scrolling by moving the mouse to the edge of the screen are unplayable with this, eg. all RTS games and more.
it is weird.
so everyone is having this mouse bug issue ?
or a selected few only ?
This 100% load bug is pissing me the F*** Off
AMD/ATI driver developers suck im sure its a bunch of monkeys at the helm.
100% load on GPU 1 on the desktop doing nothing burning energy wasting power
nice on ATI/AMD
Same issue as well with occt.
Pretty much so. =b
Just ran GPU-Z for the heck of it, and even the memory clock is also all over the place.
Very noticeable when using Firefox 4 Beta with hardware acceleration; using Beta 11, btw.
Try running FF 4 side-by-side with GPU-Z, and every time it loads a new page or changing tabs, both clocks shot up to 3D mode (which is probably normal).
But at times, the memory clock stays on 3D while GPU is already back on 2D, and persisting.
Not everyone has that issue, which probably makes it hard to reconstruct.
Humm, i've never experienced any of the issues people are facing here, makes me wonder if you guys are are doing it right?
let's look at the logistical assumptions of this statement
"if there's no issues on my system, then there's a problem with all other systems, or the users of those symptoms"
Does this seem probable to you? :infinity:
If it was a drive related issue, i should be able to recreate the problem but i cant, which makes me believe something else might be causing the issues? maybe conflicting software, bad driver removal etc?
I can bet 95% of users dont have any issues with 11.2
Just like me.
yeah if someone else has a problem, and others dont, its a user problem.
especially when people have different hardware.
narrow minded at its best , carry on :thumbup: