AMD Catalyst 13.11 BETA8 (13.250.18.0 October 29)

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Espionage724, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. jaggu1989

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    Does it solve the brightness problem with radeon HD 5650???????? on the windows 8
     
  2. lorikano

    lorikano Master Guru

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    GAWD!!! I tried just about anything but still my "Driver packaging version is ......164159E-ATI" and not like the one mentioned .Anybody has the same issue ?
     
  3. Athlonite

    Athlonite Maha Guru

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    neither does MPC-HC :banana:
     
  4. k37chup

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    On my system it is w7x64
     

  5. dell7520user

    dell7520user Banned

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    i can advice mpc home cinema 1.7 open source like vlc...
    internal lav filter very powerfull. can be use nvidia cuda... intel quicksynic.. or dxva acceleration with good compatibility...
     
  6. dell7520user

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    can we collect important bugs report to amd ???? we can merge same type problems. ????
     
  7. Faruk

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    Anyone have a problem with Power Control Settings, slider does not work?
     
  8. wolken007

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    I can confirm that disabling Frame Pacing gets rid of the horrible stutter with BF4 when using XFire. I have dual 7970s and as soon as I disabled Frame Pacing I was able to enjoy the game on the latest beta drivers.
     
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  10. MerolaC

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    I do.
    It should be the same for everyone.
     

  11. lorikano

    lorikano Master Guru

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    Strange coz its different from the one posted by uploader
     
  12. 7stars

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    yes, confirm...now playing BF4 and no problem with mouse...
    then, i don't use vsync and tearing almost absent anyhow...
    performance is very good in crossfire but I didn't want to test fps, I'm more interested in the perception of smoothness.
    all 8 cores work with a evenly distributed load...so I think developers from Dice are on the right way to exploit the multithreading.

    Only some issues in a cutscene and don't know why...but no problem during gameplay, even with explosions and much stuff on the screen...so, if it's already good this way, what will happen with Mantle? :)
     
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  13. |ALE|

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    on my setup 1080p every on ultra msaa2x high framerate but a lot of stutter, windows 8.1, 7970 crossfire, 13.11 beta 7
     
  14. The Mac

    The Mac Ancient Guru

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    did you do a clean install? or ontop?
     
  15. |ALE|

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    clean install... games need optimization, from msi ab reading both gpu has regulars and sync drop in usage
     

  16. wolken007

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    Disable Frame Pacing. That is what did it for me. I've been playing the game butter smooth on Ultra for the last few hours.
     
  17. 7stars

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    when you notice this stutter? exe 64 or x86 ? i have frame pacing enabled at 64bit and 16GB ram, and don't notice this stutter... maybe better optimized for fx CPUs ?
     
  18. |ALE|

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    exe64.... i don't think that a 980x (ht off) @ 4.2ghz can suffer... i will try framepacing off
     
  19. |ALE|

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    framepacing off seems to help a little.
     
  20. BAZOKA1942

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    crysis 3 37 fps average wow
    which setting you play resolution aa ?!
     

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