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AMD Catalyst 14.7 RC3 (14.200.1004.0 August 11)

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. thatguy91

    thatguy91 Ancient Guru

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    Hopefully a new driver series comes with the revised CCC. I'm guessing they're probably dropping NET Framework in favour of a Visual C++ implementation. It's pointless packaging NET Framework 4.5 with the driver, especially because it's been superseded with 4.5.2 for all supported OS's (including Windows 7).
     
  2. fasor

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    Flatout 2 is still unfixed (DX9 3d-models corruption)
     
  3. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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    yeah looks like i'm not selling my 290x after all , just found a way to get high res screenshots ( no thanx to AMD at all but their drivers seems super stable with me )
     
  4. Fox2232

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    My guess would be use of NV instead of ARB.
     

  5. Fox2232

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    Will test this one once I get home, because while I have over 200 DX9 games, none expressed corruption of any kind.

    Have you checked cooling on your card? Maybe too high vram OC?


    Edit: fasor is right, flatout 2 has some geometry stretched even on HD7970 OC or not. Tested it with flatout 1 CCC profile which does not have same issue, but FO2 still expresses it.
    And it continues to be issue on 14.7RC3.
     
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  6. fasor

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    i'm an advanced user and dealing with computers for over 15 years.
    so i'm absolutely sure - it's drivers fault (don't want to describe all actions i perfomed). And i also think that this problem connected somehow with HD7000 flickering problem (cause i think it was partly hardware and now AMD starts new driver model since 14.6 betas) there was no total fix - they just add some driver/profile fix for definite games.
     
  7. ED13

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    Or you could press the "Check for Update" button in Catalyst...? Running HD7950`s in crossfire with this driver and things seem all good, even my old DX9 games that i play work fine :).
     
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    Lets Try if they really fixed the 4k Flickering, its really annoying..
     
  9. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    Mantle test 14.7 RC3 against DX11.Great driver as usual.

    Thief-Mantel 36% Faster for average than DX11.
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    BF4
    Best was 3840x2160 Mantle with RenderDevice.FramePacingMethod 0- Mantel 14% Faster than DX11.
    [​IMG]
     
  10. Sohaim

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    ok just tested these, and my temps went from 83C° which i feel is too much for this card, to a whooping 92C°, do i have a bad card? i dont think drivers can do this, the card is a MSI R9 290x Gaming OC, many reviews show the load top temp as 75 C°, how the hell watch dogs can take this card up to 92 C° with the fan at 95%?
     

  11. Extraordinary

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    95°c is max temp for these cards, Ive seen mine reach close to that too, nothing to worry about
     
  12. BoobZ

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    its the driver issue, and AMD is investigating this
     
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    Extraordinary Ancient Guru

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    Source ?
     
  14. BoobZ

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    AMD Rep on OCN forum
     
  15. Extraordinary

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    Link? I only see one thread on the RC3 drivers and there's only 1 reply
     

  16. BoobZ

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    i am 2 posts short and cant post the link yet, will do soon
     
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  18. Sohaim

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    yours is also a Twin Frozen cooler? mine is the non Reference Twin frozen R9 290x Gaming OC, and this is at 95% fan speed, sorry for anything i am just extremly freaked out right now, temps before were 83 C° and thats 10 C° more than most of the reviews out there, i do live in brazil but this is too much, thanks for the reply though.
     
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    go back to 14.4 or 14.6, like i said, its driver issue
     

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