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Crossfire Profiles - Unofficial List

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by jaju123, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. jaju123

    jaju123 Master Guru

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    Hey all,

    Maybe we can create a list of games that do not have official crossfire support, but can work relatively well if you force it with AFR friendly or another such profile.

    For starters I found that The Forest works with crossfire in Optimise 1x1 mode.

    Please add any others you've found in this thread so we can help each other out to get the best experience as AMD will probably never support all the games we play.
     
  2. Sharoth

    Sharoth Master Guru

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    I am currently getting 50-60fps in Ark with AFR Friendly and high settings, have to play with the ambient occlusion to get the flickering to stop.. Still playing with settings to get it better.
     
  3. motov8

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    What u mean works ?
    Like GTA V when utilization is in 50-55 % ?
    Or The Witcher 3 witch flickering and poor utilization ?
     
  4. sammarbella

    sammarbella Ancient Guru

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    Both games have more or less an official CFX support.

    He means unnofficial CFX profiles we found for games somewhat working.
     

  5. vase

    vase Ancient Guru

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    I'll start with this one. GTA V coming next.

    Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

    ati***.dlls (if using modded patch and/or crossfire)
    OpenGL - 15.4 (important for elimination of flicker issues in crossfire!!!)

    CCC

    AA Mode: Override
    AA Samples: 16xEQ
    AA Method: Supersampling
    Texture Filtering Quality: High
    Crossfire pre-defined profile: "OGLEnableAFR" (also important for elimination of flicker issues in crossfire!!!)

    In game

    Advanced Video Options
    Quality preset "Low", then adjust only the following for custom:
    AA: Disabled
    VTex Cache Size: High
    VTex Compression: Disabled
    Max PPF: 64
    VTex Filtering: Trilinear
    VTex Aniso: High
     
  6. RexOmnipotentus

    RexOmnipotentus Master Guru

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    You can get 100 procent scaling on both cards in GTA 5. The game is very heavy on the cpu however, so at certain settings the game will bottleneck your two GPU's.

    There is only a certain amount of FPS that you are able to reach with your CPU. You simply can't get more FPS by lowering GPU intensive settings like resolution or AA. Only solution is lowering CPU intensive stuff like extended distance scaling (don't even think about touching it).

    There is an upside however. As long as your GPU isn't fully used, you can increase GPU intensive settings without losing any FPS.
     
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    Seren Master Guru

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    There was already a thread with exactly what you are asking for but it got deleted, can't find it by search either. Had like 5 pages worth I think.
     
  8. jaju123

    jaju123 Master Guru

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    Well, even if we don't know that many profiles, it will still help people find solutions if they do a Google search and find the thread :)
     

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