How is AC:Unity running for AMD users?

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by SerotoNiN, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. darkjj

    darkjj Guest

    around 30-37+ fps with my 280x Settings: Texture: Ultra - Envoirment: Ultra - Shadows: Hight - Ambient Occlusion: SSAO - @ 4xmsaa.

    Now i'm gonna run Far Cry 4 lets see what it does =D
     
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  2. aschl

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    15-30 fps
    Really bad.
    I'm cpu limited, or the new amd drivers don't help much... or both ?!
     
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  3. sTOrM41

    sTOrM41 Master Guru

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    yeah,both..^^

    plus your gpu is to slow ^^
     
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  4. Rich_Guy

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    It'll run cack on every card, as DX can't handle all the draw calls they doing.
     

  5. djsebfr

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    running at 50-60 fps with my cfx of hd7950, "high" settings, msaa 2x, ssao, 2560*1080... very good scalling, no problem, very good game :)

    i5 3570k...
     
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  6. lorikano

    lorikano Master Guru

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    1080p ultra ,fxaa running at 40-60fps in Paris, with 2x7950@1150.
     
  7. campcreekdude

    campcreekdude Master Guru

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    Atleast the game scales. AC3 did not and still does no crossfire.

    50 - 60 is playable but heck ya 2 video cards to get there lol
    I will purchase the game eventually but at discounted prices.

    Ever since AC3 cpu utilization flop its been the strategy of my creed purchases.
    I just got AC3 this year. less than 10 dollars.
     
  8. theoneofgod

    theoneofgod Ancient Guru

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    AC5 is not CPU bound here, scales well, but needs far too much power to get 60FPS, even adjusting the settings.
     
  9. campcreekdude

    campcreekdude Master Guru

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    I think its a sign of the future

    I feel like one of those old timers running 4870x2 and only getting playable on high settings in their last years complaining lol... Soon AMD will say we've optimized you guys fully to the brink and we can't do anymore!

    Its probably a sign of the times.... FarCry 4 has similar system requirements announced.

    That's why investors are also shaky and shares prices dropped when AC5 was released. Too much risk involved in their product launches. Too many failures.

    It feels like it was just yesterday when 3 gigs of V-ram was a lot.
    Well maybe a few years.

    I don't like how ubisoft pointed at AMD for the cause of bad product. They should have just delayed it and fixed it. But Christmas time... :(
     
  10. djsebfr

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    Yea i'm sure that the next gen of Ubi's games will burn my cards ! :3eyes:
     

  11. kimpet

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    anyone notice this patch 1.2.0 gets high temps when going to character customization i played @ 60-65temps stable @ high settings but when i go to character customization it goes up @ 85-87temps

    edit: also when buying consumables i get high temps
     
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  12. darrenj

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    What is the best driver for this?? is patch 2.0 out yet?
     
  13. theoneofgod

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    It's mostly Ubisoft games I have problems with.
    You know you have a problem when you take down all settings to the lowest and gain 10FPS.
     
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  14. lextheimpaler

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    Getting 50fps on 4k with settings on low
     
  15. system

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    Bad. I'm playing at 1080 with everything on low (texture on high, ultra means heavy stutter) and I'm getting 22-25fps in the streets with a 'medium' amount of crowds; indoor areas are even worse: 18-20 average, 15 minimum.
     

  16. theoneofgod

    theoneofgod Ancient Guru

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    Always use the latest driver first with new games, pointless using older drivers unless some rare bug happens with your system.
    Ubisoft simply can't optimize games, it's not in them at all.
     
  17. SpdyRobi

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    With 14.11.2 I added ACU.exe to the 3D settings under application settings and under AMD Crossfire X Mode I clicked on use AMD pre-determined profile and scrolled down under I found BF4 and used that profile to overwrite the existing ACU profile. This changed my frames on untra-high with 2x7970's from 15 fps up to 60-80 fps.
     

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