Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by AMDMatt, Mar 20, 2015.
Dat server overload :banana:
According to AMDMatt on the OCUK forums, VSR won't come to the 7xxx series. R7 260(X), R9 285, R9 290(X) and up will be having VSR. Total crap TBH. :bang:
I gained 3 fps on the Attila Total War bench vs both 14.12 and the leaked press driver.
With a better cpu and gpu you would probably gain more.
You'll be redirected to AMD until I have uploaded the new builds to our file-mirrors.
i try not to be negative, but this beta driver should have been released months ago. The only recent addition that could not have been implemented was tyhe hardline profile. i really was expecting more, what a shame. Not even a frame limiter. why did it take 4 months for a far cry 4 profile? very disappointing.
no mentioned improvements in any games. When i had nvidia, each new driver would at least improve performance by a certain % in some games. I always looked forward to their driver releases. It just takes AMD way too long to get things right. very disappointing.
If anybody can post the D3D version I would be glad, don't want to download the same driver again.
almost the same architecture, come on, so GCN 1.0 should be called GCLast 1.0
thanx for info anyway Keitosha
Will test but judging from naked eye ,looks like a clone of press release 15.3.1
The same D3D driver as in leaked 15.3 beta and 14.12 omega. Nice...
Thanks. What a bad joke.
I guess this is not meant for Windows 10?
AMdMAtt could there be other fixes/performance boost in other games not listed here?
So... there's no reason to update?
Installed right now and first problem : no way to open CCC.... i need it to remove to black border so the screen is fullscrenn.
Edit : the third installation was the good one. Time to bench and test :banana:
AC unity fix stuttering ?
Well so many months... few CFX profiles that should be released as CAP
And few fixes...
Maybe I am greedy or something... but it is not enough.
the d3d driver on the windows 10 driver are newer so I guess i'll stick with that, this seems like a big cap.
I always use DDU to uninstall old drivers, and have no problems when installing the new one after the DDU cleaning.
So, If you ever have the problems installing the drivers.
Give the DDU a try.