ATi Catalyst 10.6

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  1. Sash

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    True, this game is a memory hog because of so many stuff it needs to render at once. I cannot believe it is more demanding than Crysis. For me, was the same problem with distance and detail at 100.... So I play now with both at 50 and the rest on max, and i do not get so much stuttering anymore, but it is still a bit choppy here and there :3eyes:
     
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  6. Abilio_KID

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    Has anyone noticed if having problems with NFS Shift and this driver? The game runs fine but now I can't see any digital gauges (if that's the proper English word) inside the car. Only the analog ones seem to work. Also, the Maserati external view only displays a static low resolution version of the "speedometer", with proper reflections but no numbers show up, weird.
     
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    There's something a little off IMO about a site that uses the dreadful Darkest of Days as one of its test games and totally overlooks DX11 titles such as DiRT 2.
     
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    Or Call of Pripyat, one of many GPU intensive games.
     
  9. SolidMGSnake

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    I get a "INF file was not found" during installation. Anyone know what the deal is?

    annnd now I cant install any other driver. Great.. ****in GREAT!:flame:
     
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    Happened 1 month ago because I've do an uncorrect uninstallation and mixed with old & new beta driver.
    Try to uninstall from control panel, uninstall the video driver from device manager (windows on safe mode), clean with driver cleaner (ati + ati ccc)& driver sweeper and reboot.
    On this topic, you can found a nice batch file to swipe remaining ati files (in the end or if you don't want try driver cleaner / driver sweeper).
    You need admin right execution ofc.
     
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    Thanks a lot man. That did it.
     
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    So far, these show an improvement for me. After using the last few preview drivers and the modified driver, I was getting poor, sluggish performance in all my games, including WoW of all things. 10.6 cleared it all up though, and everything is running swet and smooth now.
     
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    Strange, i get artifacts in cysis with this driver, just crysis. It sucks.. :( Any one else having this issue?
     
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    I didn't notice any in Crysis Warhead when I ran the benchmark a few times but I admit I haven't tried the original Crysis on these drivers yet.
     
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    Can someone confirm this for me please... have ATI disabled CrossFireX support for Blur with these drivers because I can no longer get it to run on two GPUs even if I use RadeonPro to force AFR rendering using the default Blur.exe file.

    If so, then is that their idea of a fix for the water slowdown bug?!?!? Someone remind of why ATI created CrossFire in the first place, please?
     

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    went back to 10.5's had lock ups once in a while in WoW with 10.6's.
    the driver is the last thing I suspected because Ive had so few driver issues in the last few months.
     
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    Nevermind, re-installing the game fixed it.
     
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    Reverted to 10.5s as these 10.6s really do not like TRIFIRE.
     
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    CF is broken for all games on my setup with these drivers .... These drivers are not recommended if you have a CF setup
     
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    well steve- those tweak force drivers solved the fps drop to 0 in bc2 but I still get the random 60fps then randomly drops to 15fps-27fps in bc2,now in AvP 2010 with High texture quality and normal shadow complexity ambient occlusion on,with AA&AF set to 1 and only advanced Shadows ticked in dx11 features with v sync on I noticed it dropping from a solid 60fps to 44 fps and has a sluggish feeling for about 3-5 seconds.
     

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