Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Mar 19, 2012.
Clearly you dont understand market segmentation and profitability if you continue to say its irrelvent.
If 95% if their customers cant use the service with any decent performance, they arent going to enable it. period.
They arent going to piss of the 95% just so YOU (5%) can use it...
Nice driver set this.
MLAA 2.0 working quite well, as well as the Adaptive AA setting for dx10/11 apps (7xxx cards)
Done a little comparison here in BF3 for MLAA 2.0 vs SMAA , and MSAA vs Adpative MSAA
Thanks for these.
They work great.
Can I ask how you solved this http://enbseries.enbdev.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=477 runing crossfire and the ENB mod.
Just go to your enbseries.ini in your Skyrim directory and change EnableDepthOfField=true to EnableDepthOfField=false
Sad story to disable DoF but I see no other fix
To answer my question 12.1 cap 3 works great with this driver. Nice one OP, I can finally play BF3 online and have both of my gpus running. Wohooo!!!
Here's my thing. Tried to find the best drivers for Battlefield 3. I almost gave up. Installed the latest 12.2 from ati site,12.2 cap1. Then i saw this driver and extracted the content,manually updated the display drivers one by by(5850cf) and voulla.
Battlefield 3 MP and SP running flawlessly ultra-high setting 2xMSAA 16xAA 1920x1080 v-sync on or off,working like a charm.
No gliching,no shuttering,nothing.
Finally i can play normal.
That's good to hear. I'm looking forward to the official 12.4 release.
Clearly you don't understand choice and end user responsibility. Have an advanced options box or whatever, but give the choice. 6970 xfire would have no problem running ssaa/adaptive in dx11. The only reason AMD will not enable it is to force an upgrade. It's a slap in the face to people like me who spent up to $700.00 for our setups and now get dumped to the curb.
I've stuck with ATI/AMD since the R200 days, but Nvidia underatands choice and enables options whether the performance is poor or not. They allow their end user the choice in what they can or cannot enable. And after the Bulldozer debacle and being dumped at the side of the road with my 6970's, I'm done with AMD. **** them.