Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Roceh, Nov 22, 2013.
Idk, doesn't work on my 6850.
Gaming is doomed.
It's 2014 and consoles and PC's are still dribbling over 720p/1080p at 60FPS.
I might check back in a decade tbh.
Although while people are happy with 30-55FPS and VSYNC OFF quite frankly nothing gonna change.
That's the fun thing, even that doesn't work. None of RadeonPro's settings seem to work either.
His performance is actually pretty good for that game, considering he's using 4xmsaa. MSAA has a massive performance hit in dx11 games.
I play AC4 on mostly the highest settings, but with FXAA rather than MSAA. I was getting annoying drops to 30 fps, but solved that by forcing triple buffering with radeon pro, game ran really smooth 45-60 fps at 1080p after doing that, and the graphics are very nice. the game has some very nice foliage and lighting effects.
I had this same problem with my 280x (which is a rebranded 7970ge basically). I solved it with a vbios update from sapphire. There was a thread on it in the AMD forums: http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=440&threadid=168806 and the sapphire forums: https://www.sapphireforum.com/showt...GB-GDDR5-OC-jump-frequencies-in-2d-mode/page3
I don't know if there are any vbios update available to fix this for your card, but its worth looking into, because vbios update definitely fixed it for me
Just tested Halo with these drivers, vsync works fine there (caps at 85 FPS like my refresh rate is).
The 9.2 beta works gr8 for me,can anyone pls tell me if these are wort the risk of installing because I dont want to mess up my graphics again after I waited for months to find suitable driver for my laptop....
There's a risk with any driver you install
However, I can confirm that I installed BETA 9.4 just fine on my 7660G + 7670M laptop, and have working switchable graphics. I'd assume it would work fine for you, but I don't know for sure.
Thanks man,gonna try them out,I can always roll back to 9.2 if something goes wrong :thumbup:
Beta 9.2 was better in BF4 on my system. Beta 9.4 sometimes have slowdowns, that wasn't on 9.2
But, everything else is good, no issue so far.
Don't think vsync's working for me as well. Some games that I use vsync on has microstutter and tearing.
I don't remember when I last use in-game VSYNC.
RadeonPRO Vsync + Tripple Buffering since I remeber
Im going to buy a new r9 280x...its my first amd card and i have one question about the drivers.
After i install the drivers i need to configure something in amd catalyst or is ready to go?
You probably don't have to do anything, but you may want to skim through Catalyst just to be sure.
Graphics-wise, there's probably nothing you need to touch, but there could be some monitor settings you'd want to change.
280X from GTX680?
Doesn't matter, those of us with broken vsync have tried every method of turning it on and it never enables. I even reinstalled my OS from scratch to make sure it wasn't a driver issue, still persisted. Drop back to Beta 8 or earlier and it instantly vanishes as a problem.
I noticed the ulps bug is still there... I wonder why they dont fix this issue or give users the option to disable ulps while installing the driver. Its a pain in *** editing the register everytime, especially when you switch drivers alot. I forgot to disable ulps when installing this driver so my pc has been drawing alot more power then necessary for like one week. Either fix the damn bug or give us a option to disable it without going into the register.
Can anyone confirm Dota 2 crashes?
Today I had like 4 crashes. Game just closing without any error and the only major thing I did to my system was installing 9.4Beta. Though it worked ok few days ago. Had a few crashes in AC4 with a reference to some ati dll in beta9.2 and 9.4.
Just played a Co-op bot match on Dota 2 a little while ago without problem with these drivers.
I'm sorry you missed the point, entirely, and drew a false conclusion.
Btw, you maybe didn't not notice that my cpu/ram/mobo are from 2007 and before.
Perspective. It's pretty important.