Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by SamLab, Sep 18, 2013.
What Graphic Card are you using? (HD 4800 Series)
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with this driver i had to reinstall visual c ++ 2010 cause the dolphin emulator gave me an error. Never had this problem, clean uninstallation of the old driver, as usual.
Same issue here.
Last working HDTV custom resolution is 13.4 whql.
With 13.6 beta / 13.9whql / 13.10 beta the option is geyed out.
Grr, need it for 1440x1080. So back...
My GPU is a Sapphire 6950 too, perhaps it's only an issue with these cards.
Actually that's my desktop's graphic card. I'm going to change it in a minute, because I'm talking about my laptop on here. My laptop has Mobility Radeon HD 5470 1GB graphics card.
These drivers are utilizing more dynamic memory. (4x from v13.4)
Is 1.25V your stock voltage on that 7950? If not then its rather high for 925MHz.
Is the AMD driver page down? I prefer downloading the driver from the official AMD website.
Yup as far as I know.
Just got the card as new drivers were released.
Anyone else getting Code 43 error? (7700M)
I'm currently running on "AMD Catalyst 13.4 (126.96.36.199 March 28) Official WHQL"
Is this better than 13.10 beta?
I need preformance in Bureau XCOM Declassified?
Seems so vinnie, i can't access the driver download from the AMD web site either.
If you guys need some links:
I still have the mouse stuttering problem with these WHQL drivers...I've had them with every driver in the last couple of months. Really wish they would grind out this one...
I prefer to download the drivers from the AMD website, which seems to be live again.
Having a very specific problem with 13.9:
In idle mode GPU core clock @250mhz and Memory @150mhz (I don't touch the mouse for a period between 2.5 and 5 minutes), the clocks go up to max capacity, voltage goes up and GPU starts heating up up to 79c, the fan is working faster but can't quite lower the temperature. The moment I touch the mouse, clock drops, everything is back to normal. Leave computer for 5 minutes, same issue.
Two monitors, main one connected to Sapphire HD6950, secondary to HD3000 (with latest drivers). Bios is setup that main card is intel HD3000 so computer boots into HD3000 but then switches to HD6950 in windows 7 x64.
I did not have this issue with 13.4. Tried the following:
1. Uninstall and driversweep 13.9, re-install again 13.9: no luck
2. Uninstall and driversweep 13.9, re-install again 13.4: still clock jumps, no luck
3. Uninstall and driversweep 13.4, re-install again 13.9, uninstall driver display only, re-install 13.4 driver display: no luck
4. Uninstall all components but the display drivers: no luck
Now I am back on 13.9 and having this issue.
Bitcoing malware. Malwarebytes cleaned it. My bad..
Guys, does this new set still have the DX9 issues with older games? I'm stuck on the 13.3 Betas until they fix the issues...
Also, I've heard this driver locks up FSX. Any one here seeing that?
I installed 13.9, fired up Crysis 3, saw how the game lags with the Vsync on wherever there's frame drop, and immediately uninstalled it. Currently using 13.10, no problems whatsoever except for a very rare barcode display flicker while watching movies using MadVR coupled with KMPlayer and Smooth Vision Project, I suspect this has something to do with sudden clock speed changes.
with anything above 13.1 I get 7.7 on the WEI instead of 7.8, a slightly lower cinebench 11.5 score (1 fps) and In StarCraft 2 the fps drops HARD when I move the mouse, doesn't happen with 13.1 or below. Makes me curious since it states in the 13.9 notes that they fixed a problem with World Of Warcraft dropping in performance when moving the mouse, anybody else able to reproduce this?